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Voyeur at Center of California State Parks Flap

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August 20, 2013 by   - () Leave a Comment

The California Department of Parks and Recreation is coming under fire, again, this time for one of its employees secretly recording people in public restrooms and hotel rooms.

The culprit secretly recorded dozens of men, women and children in the restrooms at the Oceano Campground on Pismo State Beach, CBS News, Sacramento, reported.

This crime took place more than a year ago.

Jesse Nungaray pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges. The three remaining charges, including a felony, were dropped. That means he doesn’t have to register as a sex offender.

He spent only 60 days behind bars.

Twenty-five victims have been confirmed.

CBS13 learned Nungaray was part of a parks construction crew traveling the state to modify restrooms.

When he stayed at the Shore Cliff Lodge in Pismo Beach, a maid cleaning his room noticed an outlet wasn’t working. The maid called maintenance and maintenance found a camera from this particular room pointed into the next room, bed-level.

The hotel manager evicted Nungaray and notified his immediate supervisor, but Nungaray wasn’t arrested. He was allowed to keep working in state parks for weeks. That’s when parks upper management got a letter, obtained by CBS13. A hotel executive detailed the disturbing discovery in Nungaray’s room.

State Parks Internal Affairs and police investigated and Nungaray was arrested and placed on administrative leave.

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