In November 2017 and April 2018, two separate victims saw 27-year-old Khoi Truong videotape them in the bathroom and reported him to their supervisors. Truong was fired in 2018 but was not reported to the police. Detectives only learned about the incidents during an unrelated investigation this year.

The videos were recorded on Truong's cell phone at the Nike Air Manufacturing Innovation building, where he worked. Police said there was no evidence of hidden cameras.

Investigators, along with Nike's assistance, were able to identify 23 of the victims but dozens of additional victims are yet to be identified. Last Friday, Truong was indicted on 10 counts of First Degree Invasion of Personal Privacy. Truong was arrested this week and his bail is set at $100,000.

Source: Breaking911