New Jersey Surveillance Camera Installer Facing Sex Crime Charges
38-year-old Thomas Canales, who installs surveillance cameras in New Jersey, is facing sex crime charges as he was accused of monitoring a customer. The allegations were proved through an investigation.
According to prosecutors, Canales runs a computer company with the name of “Scope It Out” in Somerset. He also installs surveillance cameras.
He was not just charged for monitoring the customer, but an investigation revealed his allegations of sex assault and lewdness as well.
On 1st of September, he was taken into custody for the first time at his Franklin Township home for illegally watching a customer on a surveillance system that he had set up in the customer’s home.
As the case was under investigation, prosecutors found out that he was connected to an incident of lewdness that happened on 3rd of July in which he exposed himself to a 7-year-old girl.
He was also involved in a case of touching a 32-year-old woman without her consent at an apartment complex playground on 25th of August.
The charges of Canales include:
- Computer theft in a secret surveillance case
- Child endangerment
- Sex assault
- Criminal sex contact
Canales’ lawyer could not be immediately reached for comment.
News Source: www.NbcNewYork.com