KEIZER, Ore. A Keizer dad accused earlier in January of cyber-stalking his college student stepdaughter to limit her partying was arrested Friday for breaking in and setting up hidden cameras to record women in their bedrooms and bathrooms.

Police first arrested 51-year-old Bryan Duane Tilley on Jan. 17 and accused him of creating a fake email account and hacking his 22-year-old stepdaughter s social media profiles in an attempt to stop her from drinking and hanging out with another man.

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At the time of the arrest, police found Tilley with a small USB flash drive. After getting a warrant, Corvallis police discovered an abundance of hidden camera videos of three women inside bathrooms and bedrooms of private homes, said Jeffrey Kuhns with Keizer Police.

Unbeknownst to the women, the videos captured them in various states of undress, Kuhns said.

Two of the women are adults, police said, but one is a minor. Police did not release the victims' names but said Tilley knew them. He reportedly broke into at least one home and hid a camera to record one of the women, Kuhns said.

Police said the videos were recorded between May and September of 2013.

On Friday, 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. He was arraigned on Saturday and his bail was upped to $585,000.

Police are working to see if there are additional victims in the case. Anyone with information was asked to call police at 503-390-3713.

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