Border Patrol supervisor gets prison for restroom camera
A Border Patrol supervisor who admitted hiding a video camera in a restroom at his San Diego County station has been sentenced to two years and nine months in prison.
U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez gave the sentence Monday to U.S. Supervisory Border Patrol Agent
Prosecutors say two years ago, Gonzalez secretly installed the camera in the floor drain of a women’s bathroom at the Chula Vista station.
The camera captured seven female co-workers using the restroom.
Gonzalez pleaded guilty in May to video voyeurism.
U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy said in a statement that when Gonzalez “put a video camera down the drain of a women’s restroom, he also put his career, his honor and his freedom down that drain.”