Man Accused of Videotaping in Hospital Bathroom

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. —A man accused of videotaping people in the restroom at Mercy Hospital was arrested Wednesday.

A woman found a camera in a unisex restroom in the hospital’s primary building and alerted security, the News-Leader reports. The camera was allegedly placed there by Jason E. Draheim, who is not a patient nor affiliated with the hospital. It is unknown how long the camera was there.

Officials have not revealed how Draheim was identified as a suspect.

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