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Man accused of using cameras to spy on people appears in court

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© Darrel Lewis (Photo provided by the East Hartford Police Department) © Darrel Lewis (Photo provided by the East Hartford Police Department)
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -

An East Hartford man accused of placing cameras in bathrooms at several locations to spy on people appeared in court Wednesday.

Police said Darrel Lewis, 32, hid cameras in the women's bathroom at Hydro Horning Laboratories in East Hartford on Dec. 27.

During the investigation, police said Lewis admitted to them that he was secretly videotaping dozens of women, including at least one as young as 11 years old, in bathrooms at various locations.

Lewis told police that he videotaped people in two ladies' bathrooms at the Faith Family Church in Glastonbury.

Police said Lewis also allegedly "sexually touched two adults and a juvenile."

On Tuesday, Lewis was charged with 45 counts of voyeurism, eight counts of fourth-degree sexual assault, four counts of eavesdropping and one count of risk of injury to a minor.

Church officials and the victims said they were working with investigators.

Police said Lewis could face more charges.

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