Man pleads guilty in bathroom filming case

A 28-year-old Arleta man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to secretly filming someone in a restroom where he worked in Burbank, authorities said.

Eduardo Herrera pleaded guilty to one count of secretly filming an identifiable person who may be undressed, and was sentenced to three years of probation, 30 days of community labor, and a year of Sexual Compulsives Anonymous classes, said Senior Assistant City Atty. Denny Wei.

One evening last June, a 25-year-old woman discovered a camera under the sink of a single-toilet restroom at a business located at 3300 N. San Fernando Blvd.

The victim told her father, who reported the incident to Burbank police, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn.

Herrera had reportedly attached the camera under the sink, police said.

The investigation and a search warrant served at Herrera’s home revealed evidence that he was involved in secretly taping other individuals in the bathroom without their knowledge, Ryburn said.


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