KEIZER, Ore. – Police slapped a string of new charges on a Keizer man accused of recording women on hidden cameras and cyber-stalking his stepdaughter after a new victim came forward Sunday.
The 22-year-old victim reportedly knows 51-year-old Bryan Duane Tilley and his 22-year-old stepdaughter. She came forward Sunday after she discovered a hidden video camera in her bedroom, according to Jeffrey Kuhns with Keizer Police.
Police first arrested Tilley on Jan. 17 for creating a fake email account and hacking his stepdaughter’s social media profiles in an attempt to stop her from drinking and hanging out with another man.
When cops busted Tilley, they found a USB drive full of videos of women in bathrooms and bedrooms of private homes, Kuhns said.
Tilley was accused of breaking into the homes and hiding cameras. On Jan. 25, Tilley was arrested at a campground in Lyons, Ore. He was charged with three counts of burglary and 17 counts of invasion of personal privacy.
On Tuesday, Police charged Tilley with burglary, attempted invasion of personal privacy and criminal mischief related to the latest hidden camera discovery. He remains in the Marion County Jail.