A former Texas A&M transit employee has been arrested on state felony charges of invasive video recording.
Texas A&M police have around 799 videos showing at least 20 partially clothed women in an employee’s restroom. A former employee of the university’s transit building is accused of hiding a video camera under a sink in what appeared to be a phone charger device.
According to the arrest report, A&M’s assistant transit director was investigating someone hacking their video surveillance equipment when she saw video of 54 year old Peter Baty going into the women’s restroom on four consecutive Friday’s around five in the morning.
That led to the discovery of the spy camera, which was positioned to have an unobstructed view to the victim’s intimate area as they were using the restroom.A&M issued a statement that transit building employees have been told about the investigation and have been offered counseling services.
Anyone else who may have been recorded is asked to contact university police. Baty was released from jail the day after his arrest after posting a $25,000 bond.