Charges mount for suspect accused of peeping inside WakeMed women's bathroom
Posted September 26, 2019 9:49 p.m. EDT
Raleigh, N.C. — New charges keep piling up against Adrian Casablanca, who is accused of installing a camcorder in a WakeMed women's bathroom and peeping on unsuspecting victims.
Adrian Casablanca, 54, of Durham, appeared in front of a judge Thursday after law enforcement authorities filed additional charges related to a camera placed in a women's restroom at WakeMed to record them undressing.
He is facing 15 charges involving seven victims, including six adult women and one l6-years-old girl.
On Sept. 16, police searched Casablanca's Durham apartment and removed several cameras, including a Panasonic camcorder.
People in the community are talking about the case...
"He has no respect whatsoever," said James Bowden.
"No morals (and) no self respect,: said Terry Wilson. "Evidently, he doesn't care about the company he works for either."
Casablanca was employed by a company the hospital hired to do electrical work.
H&T Electrical of Wilson released a statement: "Mr. Casablanca has been employed since 2011. He has been placed on suspension from work, pending the completion of the investigation into the alleged incident. The Company, when requested, will cooperate with the investigation."