Criminal Justice

Pennsylvania Janitor Accused of Spying Through Courthouse Peephole


A Pennsylvania janitor is facing charges of invasion of privacy based on accusations he spied on women in a courthouse restroom in Beaver County.

Fired maintenance employee Daniel Caul is accused of looking at the women through two peepholes in a wall and metal cover between the restroom and an electrical utility closet, the Beaver County Times reports. He is charged with invasion of privacy, institutional vandalism and criminal mischief.

Caul was fired in September from his $42,000-a-year maintenance job. The county hired him in 1994.

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