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More Charges For Man In Gloucester Twp. Bathroom Spying Case: PD

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ — A man accused of secretly recording girls at a middle school in Gloucester Township using the bathroom now faces additional charges, authorities announced on Thursday.

Gregory Mahley, 51 of West Deptford, was arrested last week after police say he installed a secret mirror in a girls’ bathroom at Glen Landing Middle School.

Mahley was an eight-year employee of Multi-Temp Mechanical, Inc., located in Westville. The company was contracted by the Gloucester Township Board of Education to perform Heating Ventilation-Air Conditioning (HVAC) services at the school, according to police. Read more here: Man Used Mirror To Spy On Bathroom In Gloucester Township School: PD

Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins said he installed mirrors onto the back of bathroom stall doors that allowed him to secretly record girls using the restroom through an air conditioning vent.

Once the mirrors were discovered, school officials found Mahley inside the utility closet where he recorded the videos, police said. During the investigation, police seized multiple devices from Mahley’s West Deptford home and his work vehicle.

Detectives found videos of six children and one adult on the tablet, according to authorities. West Deptford police have also been looking into the possibility that he engaged in a similar scheme in West Deptford, but no charges have been filed related to that are as of Thursday. Read more here: Man Accused Of Bathroom Spying Did Work In West Deptford: Police

Mahley was charged with seven counts of second-degree endangering the welfare of a child (manufacturing of child pornography), eight counts of third-degree invasion of privacy, and seven counts of third-degree endangering the welfare of a child (possession of child pornography).

Anyone who has information regarding Mahley is asked to call Camden County Det. Briana Hagan at 609-508-3333 or Gloucester Township Police Det. Brian Farrell at 856-228-4500. Tips can also be emailed to [email protected]

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