Ex-West Penn Hospital employee faces 83 more charges of filming co-workers, patients undressing

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A former West Penn Hospital employee charged in July with filming co-workers in the bathroom without their consent is now facing an additional 83 charges after police recovered more videos of employees and patients.

Guy Caley, 52, of Canonsburg, was originally charged in July with three counts each of invasion of privacy and illegal use of wire or oral communications after police say he used a small video camera to record employees in the restroom. When charges were placed, Mike Manko — spokesman for Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. — said there was a concern there may be additional victims.

Over a month after the initial charges, Mr. Caley faces an additional 41 counts of intercept communications and 42 counts of invasion of privacy — a sum total of 89 charges.

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