Man Charged with Recording in Women’s Police Locker Room
MINNEAPOLIS -- A Wisconsin man has been charged with secretly recording video in a woman's locker room in a Duluth law enforcement building.
29-year-old Jeffrey Dominick Giacomini of Superior faces five counts of interference of property and two counts of harassment/stalking.
According to a criminal comnplaint, Giacomini worked as a janitor in Duluth's Public Safety Building. A search of his laptop revealed 20 videos recorded with a hidden camera inside the building's women's locker room. Prosecutors say seven different women can be seen changing clothes and moving in and out of the shower.
The report didn't say whether Giacomini has an attorney. The Wisconsin public defender's office is defending him in a disorderly conduct case in that state but the office's voicemail wouldn't take messages Saturday.