South Florida man is facing charges for unlawfully installing a surveillance camera in a women’s bathroom
MEDLEY, FLORIDA – A man from South Florida is being charged with multiple counts of video voyeurism after admitting that he put a camera in the women’s bathroom where he works.
Ronny Jose Barbera Quintero was in court Wednesday morning in front of Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Mindy S. Glazer.
So, Glazer said, “he put a camera in the bathroom.”
“Yes,” the person said.
“Sir, don’t talk about what happened. “You’re not thought to be guilty,” Glazer told him.
Barbera Quintero admitted that she put the surveillance camera in a bathroom at Ricoma Embroidery Machines in the 11500 block of Northwest 124th Street in Medley.
Officer Deglys Chavarria of the Medley Police Department said, “The small surveillance camera was put under the sink. It’s a hidden camera.”
On Tuesday, the camera was found in the bathroom of the office.
Chavarria said, “The camera was facing the toilet, which someone would be using, and the toilet paper area.”
The recovered video shows Barbera Quintero setting up the camera on Monday, according to the detectives.
“There was a rumor that two other employees were hooking up in the bathroom, and he said he wanted to catch that,” Chavarria said.
Barbera Quintero would go to jail because of what she did.
Glazer said, “You could go to jail for up to five years.”
Four people have been named as victims so far, but police say there could be more.
A group from Coral Springs went to Ricoma Embroidery and asked if Barbera Quintero still worked there. A worker told the crew that they didn’t understand what they were saying.