LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lititz man has been convicted of installing a camera and recording employees in the restroom of a Warwick Township office.
Nathan Gaul, 44, was convicted Monday of misdemeanor invasion of privacy after a nonjury trial before Lancaster County Judge Howard Knisely, the district attorney’s office said.
The judge sentenced Gaul to two years of probation.
Police say Gaul was a contracted cleaner for Stauffers of Kissel Hill’s corporate office when he installed the camera during jobs between December 2017 and January 2018.
Gaul used a recording device that allowed him to view a live stream. He was caught when a store employee noticed a tablet device in a break room playing the live-streamed video, authorities said.
Police found evidence that Gaul was live-streaming the recordings and storing the video as files.
Northern Lancaster County Regional police investigated and filed charges. Police do not believe the video was broadcast or disseminated.