A man is behind bars today following two cases where he is accused of video recording co-workers and a roommate in the restroom.
26-year-old Jonathon Tucker appeared in Lewis and Clark County Justice Court earlier today after first being arrested Monday when a video recorder appeared in a womens restroom in a head of a mop at Jensons Jewelers. After being released Monday night on his own recognizance, the police department issued a search warrant on his home where additional images of his female roommate using the restroom surfaced and put him back behind bars yesterday. Court documents reveal none of the victims were aware of the recordings. Tucker is facing 12 counts in total, including four felony and eight misdemeanor charges of surreptitious visual observation.
"You are to have no contact with any of the potential victims, witnesses, or go to any of the places named in this report." said Justice Court Judge Michael Swingley "You are not allowed to leave the state without court supervision or permission and you are not allowed to enter public restrooms or go where people congregate."
Brad Siegel, the Chief Operating Officer of Jenson Jewelers, visited the Helena store today, to support the employees through this time and says Tucker needs to be held responsible. Tucker is currently being held on $50,000 bail.