Rodriguez indicted on additional charge
By Chris Edwards
CROCKETT – A Crockett man was recently indicted on an additional charge after being arrested in 2021 on a charge of videotaping customers at a local business.
Arturo Fajardo Rodriguez, 28, faces two state-jail felony charges of invasive visual recording, as well as a new charge for an incident at a private residence, according to Houston County District Attorney Donna Kaspar.
Rodriguez was arrested in October 2021 by officers with the Crockett Police Department when the officers were dispatched to a business in reference to a hidden camera that had been installed in a public restroom.
An employee at the business had notified supervisors upon discovery, and then law enforcement was notified. A recording on the device had captured a suspect placing the camera above the ceiling tile, according to Smith, and Rodriguez was identified as a suspect.
Rodriguez was brought in for questioning and cooperated with investigators, and then taken into custody.
A Houston County Grand Jury opted to indict Rodriguez on the two SJF charges. There is no court date set at present for Rodriguez.
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