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Man arrested for allegedly filming tenants in bathroom with hidden camera
Riley Sills - Teton County Sheriff's Office / Courtesy Photo.
A 38-year-old Jackson man spent the weekend in jail after police said they found a hidden camera in the bathroom of an apartment he manages.

"There were multiple videos of several different victims in a nude state,” said Jackson Police Lt. Roger Schultz.

The victims called police on Riley Sills after Sills sent them a picture of one of his tenants in the bathroom.

He threatened to send the photo to police, claiming he had caught one of them snorting drugs in his house.

Jackson police received a search warrant and found a hidden camera in the bathroom, disguised as a digital clock.

"The pin hole lens was almost invisible,” Schultz said. The camera mostly contained footage of naked females before and after showering.

Police believe Sills was recording the victims since July.

“He thought it was within his rights to put a camera in his house,” Schultz said.

Sills also had cameras in the living room, police said. Sills appeared in court Monday afternoon, represented by criminal defense attorney Dick Mulligan.

"Mr. Sills has been a resident here since 2002,” Mulligan said.

“He is gainfully employed.”

Mulligan waived his client’s right to a speedy preliminary hearing. Teton County Deputy Prosecutor Brian Hultman said Sills has an extensive criminal history that includes theft, possession of drugs, larceny, burglary, domestic violence and probation violation.

Sills was released on a $5,000 signature bond. He's charged with felony voyeurism. 

Conclusion
It's your job to take care of your privacy matters. The others would try to take advantage on you. Maybe not all but some of them or few of them will spy on you with bad intentions.

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