Man gets three years for hiding camera in Price Chopper bathroom

2012-11-13T00:30:00Z 2013-04-18T16:28:06Z Man gets three years for hiding camera in Price Chopper bathroomFROM STAFF REPORTS stltoday.com

JEFFERSON COUNTY •  Frank Fuchs, 51, of the 6600 block of Bandstand Lane in Cedar Hill, has pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy and was sentenced to three years in prison.

He was accused of hiding a video camera in the ceiling of a women's bathroom in a grocery store in House Springs. A store employee found the camera in July in the Price Chopper store in the 4600 block of Gravois Road in House Springs, and then identified Fuchs from photos taken from the camera. Fuchs was not a store employee.

Fuchs pleaded guilty and was sentenced on Friday in Jefferson County Circuit Court.

 

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