MILTON, MASS. (WHDH) - State Police arrested a Department of Conservation and Recreation park ranger who allegedly set up a pen camera to illegally videotape women in a Milton bathroom.
Raymond McKinnon, 30, is charged with multiple counts of secretly electronically videotaping, photographing or surveilling persons in a state of partial nudity; and possession of and placing a device to violate wiretap laws. McKinnon, of Hyde Park, pleaded not guilty in court on Monday and posted $10,000 cash bail.
The camera was allegedly set up in a unisex employee bathroom at the Houghton’s Pond Bathhouse in Milton. On July 30, police began an investigation into illegal videotaping of employees after another employee who was using the staff bathroom noticed the pen, with a small green light flashing, in the bathroom. The pen was allegedly positioned in the area of stacked milk crates containing supplies.
The judge ordered McKinnon to stay away from anyone connected to the case and he is due back in court in October. He was also ordered to surrender any firearms he may have. The DCR has suspended McKinnon indefinitely without pay.
Statement from DCR:
“The DCR is deeply disturbed by these allegations and remains committed to assisting the State Police as they continue their investigation.”
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