A 29-year-old Lincoln man has been accused of secretly recording women changing clothes in a restaurant employee locker room.
Police say Dustin Lindgren faces two counts of felony unlawful intrusion. Lancaster County Jail records indicate Lindgren remained in custody on Wednesday.
Lindgren was manager of The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery in Lincoln and had hidden a cellphone in the pocket of his jacket, which he left hanging in the women's dressing room.
One of the women noticed the phone on Monday. She told police she saw hands putting the phone into the coat pocket and aiming it toward where women change clothes. Police have confiscated Lindgren's cellphone and laptop.
Intrusion, in this case, is a Class IV felony. If convicted, Lindgren could face a maximum of 10 years behind bars, a $20,000 fine or both. There is no required minimum sentence.
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