Possible Indictment for Vernon Electrician Accused of Installing Spy Camera

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A Vernon electrician that was arrested after allegedly installing a hidden camera in a client's home is awaiting possible indictment. A Sussex County grand jury will decide whether charges should be brought against Joseph Krenicky and what the charges should be. 

Krenicky admitted to secretly recording the family for "sexual gratification" and was charged with invasion of privacy and endangering the welfare of a child engaged in a sexual act back in November. The 47-year-old was arrested after a resident of the home went to take a shower in the bathroom that was under construction and saw a black box labeled "power bank." The box was hidden among tools and facing the shower. When the unnamed man inspected it he found a Micro SD card in it and concluded it was a "spy camera."

When police searched Krenicky's home they found even more recordings of the family, including a minor, in the shower. If convicted of all charges, Krenicky could spend up to 25 years in prison. His next court date is set for January 7.

Read the NJHerald.com story here.

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