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May 05, 2016

Police: Employee hid camera in New Jersey medical center bathroom

Man charged with invasion of privacy

An employee at a New Jersey medical center is under arrest after police say they discovered a camera in the women's bathroom at his workplace.

The Mount Laurel Police Department said Wednesday that officers were called to the DaVita Dialysis Center on the 100 block of Gaither Drive on April 22 to respond to a report of a video recorder in a restroom.

Authorities said they found a camera in the women's bathroom and that it was positioned in a way to record occupants.

Police subsequently arrested one of the center's longtime employees — David B. Leftridge, 57, of Sicklerville — on May 3.

A search warrant was executed at Leftridge's home. He's been charged with invasion of privacy and tampering with evidence and has been incarcerated at the Burlington County Jail on $50,000 bail with no 10 percent option.

Police are still investigating, and it is unclear how long the camera was there or how many people were recorded.