Hospital pharmacist charged with placing hidden camera in bathroom
A pharmacy manager at a Wayne hospital faces an invasion of privacy charge after he admitted placing a hidden camera in the ceiling of a men's bathroom at St. Joseph's Hospital, according to Wayne police.
Leonardo Zoppa, 34, was arrested Wednesday night at his Clifton home, said Wayne Detective Captain James Clarke. He admitted to placing cameras in two other bathrooms as well, a Barnes and Noble in Clifton and Club 46, a gym in Fairfield.
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