Phoenix massage therapist accused of secretly filming customers
PHOENIX – Police in a Phoenix suburb have arrested a massage therapist accused of recording clients on a hidden camera and sexual exploitation of a minor.
Robert Miller, 52, of Phoenix, was taken into custody by Peoria officers Wednesday morning after detectives searched his home and found hundreds of pornographic images of children and videos of customers during their massage sessions.
Miller works for New Serenity Massage/Pain Management. One site is in Peoria, the other in Phoenix.
“I want to thank the observant and brave victim who brought this forward to our department,” Police Chief Art Miller said in a press release.
Police said the woman noticed something plugged into an outlet in the massage room and realized it was a camera. She contacted authorities Monday.
Miller was booked in the Fourth Avenue Jail. He faces 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of surreptitious filming.
Peoria police would like anyone with information about the case to contact them.
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