MSP Airport Worker Accused Of Recording In Bathrooms

(St. Paul, MN) — A Minneapolis-St. Paul airport employee accused of secretly recording videos inside bathrooms is facing criminal charges. Michael Maceda-Tapia has been charged with eleven counts of interference with privacy. Earlier this year, another airport worker reported seeing a cell phone pointed at her from under a stall when she was using an airport bathroom. Police identified Maceda-Tapia as a suspect, and found one-hundred-and-forty-three videos apparently taken in the airport’s bathrooms on his phone. Investigators say they identified ten separate victims in the videos.

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