Listen Live
On Air Now
Tim Howard
12:00am - 6:00am

A JURY ACQUITTED A RESTAURATEUR OF CHARGES THAT HE SECRETLY VIDEOTAPED FEMALE EMPLOYEES WHILE THEY CHANGED.  42 YEAR OLD THOMAS HARVEY, WHO OWNS GALILEO RISTORANTE, COULD HAVE SPENT A YEAR IN PRISON IF HE WAS CONVICTED OF VIDEO VOYEURISM AFTER HIS AUGUST ARREST.  HARVEY WAS ACCUSED OF PLACING A VIDEO CAMERA IN THE WOMAN’S RESTROOM AT THE RESTAURANT, BUT AT LAST WEEK’S TRIAL, HARVEY’S ATTORNEY KEVIN DUGGAN ARGUED SUCCESSFULLY THAT HE INSTALLED THE CAMERA BECAUSE AN EMPLOYEE WAS STEALING WINE FROM THE RESTAURANT.  DUGGAN SAID OF THE 500 IMAGES TAKEN BY THE CAMERA, ONLY A FEW SHOWED WOMEN CHANGING CLOTHES, AND ONCE HARVEY REALIZED THE WOMEN WERE BEING PHOTOGRAPHED HE REMOVED THE CAMERA AND TRIED TO DELETE THE MEMORY.