Tucson man admits peeping on co-worker

2013-05-02T16:04:00Z Tucson man admits peeping on co-workerVeronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A man who set up a video camera in the bathroom of his workplace to film a female co-worker pleaded guilty to voyeurism Thursday.

Steven Frame, 53, admitted to setting up the camera at Tucson Jet Center, a private company near the airport, to film his co-worker for sexual gratification on Dec. 27, 2012.

A female employee found the camera taped to the door closure mechanism after using the bathroom and notified airport police.

Frame told police that he mounted another camera under the toilet, according to police documents.

Frame faces between 4 months and two years in prison or up to a lifetime of probation when he is sentenced June 17 by Pima County Superior Court Judge Christopher Browning.

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