Court Appearance Set In Restroom Recording Case

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A Hartford man accused of hiding cameras that recorded men using public restrooms is set to return to court.

Fifty-two-year-old Paul Deveau has a pre-trial conference scheduled for Tuesday in Hartford Superior Court. He’s pleaded not guilty to 12 felony voyeurism charges and remains free on $100,000 bail.

Police arrested Deveau last August after they say a customer found a sound-activated video camera in the bathroom of a West Hartford Starbucks. Authorities say video from the camera showed Deveau setting it up.

Police say Deveau confessed and admitted putting cameras in three other public restrooms in West Hartford, Bloomfield and Hebron.

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