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Police in Sulphur, Louisiana are sounding the alarm after removing a secret camera they'd found in the ladies restroom.  One alleged video voyeur is behind bars, but authorities are worried that he won't be the last.

Steven Davis - Calcasieu Correctional Center
Steven Davis - Calcasieu Correctional Center
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Authorities reportedly arrested 56-year old Steven Davis after a hidden camera was found in the ladies room of a popular restaurant.  According to the account from Newsweek, he was charged with one count of video voyeurism and is now sitting in the Calcasieu Correctional Center on a $70,000 bond.  Luckily, the device was found and removed before it could claim it's first victim.  If convicted, Davis could serve a maximum of 2 years in prison.

According to KPLC, the Sulphur Police Department has issued this statement:

The Sulphur Police Department urges everyone to stay observant in areas where privacy is expected, and notify your local law enforcement agency if there is any suspicion of being recorded when an expectation of privacy is apparent

Digital Trends reports that there are a few things to be on the look-out for in unfamiliar bathrooms. The overall strategy is to look for anything that seems out of place, and then investigate.  Strange placement is the first giveaway, but you should also be on the lookout for camera holes and lenses everywhere.  You can also get a signal detector to help cut down on the search time.

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