X-ray tech used iPhone to film female patients: reports
July 25, 2012
by Brendon Nafziger
, DOTmed News Associate Editor
A former X-ray technician has been accused of using a cell phone camera to secretly film a teenage girl and other women as they undressed at the Rhode Island clinic he once worked for, according to reports.
Local news outlets reported yesterday that Kristian Laferriere was charged with two felony counts of video voyeurism after a 16-year-old girl allegedly discovered an iPhone propped against a window in a room she was using to undress in at the Barrington Urgent Care Center, where Laferriere apparently worked.
The girl and her mother later filed a complaint with the police, according to WPRI, a news station.
When the police searched the thirty-year-old former tech's phone, they found videos of two other women made in the same room in January, according to WPRI. The police contacted the two women, who confirmed that they were in the videos and hadn't agreed to be there, according to WPRO, a talk radio station.
Since his booking, Laferriere has been released on $10,000 personal recognizance, but the judge ordered him not to go back to the Barrington center or seek work at any other health care facility, according to WPRI.