Police: Chesapeake man put camera in bathroom at dialysis center
Chesapeake, Va. – Police say a man put a camera in the women`s bathroom at Davita Chesapeake Dialysis Center.
Nelson Camarillo, 52, has been charged with five counts of unlawful filming. He is out of jail on a $2,500 bond.
A spokesperson for the center told Newschannel 3 Camarillo was an employee, but said no patients had access to the bathroom with the camera.
Police say in all three women were caught on the camera when they thought they were alone.
According the court documents, a worker noticed what looked like a keyless entry remote in a plant in the restroom, but when they looked a little closer they realized it was a camera.
The center’s spokeperson would not say what position Camarillo had, but said he has been suspended. A patient told Newschannel 3 he had given her dialysis before and she called him a sweet, honest-looking man.
Court documents state the video shows the suspect setting up the camera before walking out of the bathroom.
Police also took other electronic devices that were stored in Camarillo`s work locker.
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