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New Ulm man charged with videotaping co-workers

October 26, 2012
The Journal

ST. PETER - A New Ulm man has been charged in Nicollet County with felony counts of videotaping two women as they dressed in the shower area where they worked at a Nicollet County hog farm.

William Craig Rolloff, 53, of New Ulm, is charged with hiding a camera in the women's shower area at the hog farm. He faces two felony charges of interfering with the privacy of a minor, due to the age of one of the victims, and four gross misdemeanor charges of interfering with privacy. The charges were filed Monday in Nicollet County District Court.

According to the complaint, Rolloff is alleged to have made recordings on three different occasions. A woman employee found the camera on Sept. 19 and brought it to her supervisor. Rolloff also appeared in the recordings, according to the complaint.

Rolloff is scheduled to make his first appearance in Nicollet County Court on Nov. 6.

 
 

 

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