Alleged 'peeping Tom' faces charges of videotaping women in bathroom
GLENDALE - An alleged peeping tom faces charges after reportedly videotaping women using the restroom at his workplace in Glendale.
According to police, James Pirc did it by slipping a pen that was actually a camera underneath the second floor bathroom door.
Pirc faces four charges for the alleged incident at his job, Bristol & Company S.C.
Court documents say Pirc, 46, "would put the camera under the bathroom door and videotape the women."
After a woman complained, Glendale Police set up surveillance cameras and claimed to have caught Pirc in the act.
They later executed a search warrant at Pirc's home in Menomonee Falls and confiscated a camera pen.
Documents say Pirc "admitted he used his camera pen 15 to 16 times for inappropriate things. He deleted all but five or six of the videos."
TODAY'S TMJ4 attempted to reach Pirc for comment, but no one answered the door.
"This is a very serious matter being handled by the appropriate authorities," said Bristol & Company S.C. in a statement.
"Our efforts are focused on supporting our employees at this difficult time."
The company did not disclose Pirc's employment status, but as of 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, his name did not appear on the group's web site.