Former Pennsylvania hospital employee faces 83 more charges over hidden bathroom camera

Mr. Caley now faces an additional 41 counts of obstruct communications and 42 counts of intrusion of personal privacy after cops found more videos of employees and clients, the Post-Gazette reported. Mr. Manko stated Mr. Caley will be arraigned on the surcharges Sept. 3.

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Police said they recovered videos of employees tape-recorded in the bathroom as well as a video of Mr. Caley putting the electronic camera in the bathroom. Authorities stated Mr. Caley admitted installing the camera and recording patients on covert video camera in the radiology department.

We are upset that such a remiss act was dedicated on our school. At Allegheny Health Network and West Penn, we position the utmost concern on safeguarding the privacy and dignity of our clients, workers and visitors, and we deeply regret that some have been unknowingly impacted by this criminal act.”.

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Beckers Hospital Review has connected to Mr. Caleys lawyer and will post additional information if available.

Man Caley, 52, surrendered to authorities in July on charges that he secretly videotaped fellow workers in a bathroom, Mike Manko, a representative for Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala Jr., informed Beckers Hospital Review. He was charged with three counts of invasion of privacy and 3 counts of unlawful use of wire or oral interactions.

Cops discovered the surprise cam in December after a report from a worker, according to a criminal problem pointed out by the Post-Gazette. Authorities said they recuperated videos of staff members taped in the restroom in addition to a video of Mr. Caley putting the video camera in the bathroom. Police said Mr. Caley confessed setting up the electronic camera and recording clients on surprise electronic camera in the radiology department.

A previous worker of Pittsburgh-based West Penn Hospital faces 83 service charges in connection to a hidden video camera discovered in a staff member bathroom, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.


A spokesperson for the medical facilitys operator, Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network, told Beckers Hospital Review: “West Penn condemns [Mr. Caleys alleged] actions in the strongest possible terms. We are disappointed that such a wicked act was dedicated on our school. At Allegheny Health Network and West Penn, we place the utmost top priority on securing the personal privacy and self-respect of our patients, visitors and employees, and we deeply are sorry for that some have actually been unwittingly affected by this criminal act.”.