Rochester Hills man who works at Children’s Village accused of videotaping girls at grocery store

Oakland County Children’s Village suspends employee, officials say

An aisle at a grocery store. (Pexels)

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – A Rochester Hills man who works at the Oakland County Children’s Village has been accused of videotaping girls at a grocery store without consent, officials said.

Rochester Hills police were called to the Meijer on Rochester Road on April 9 when a witness complained about the man’s unwanted videotaping, according to authorities.

A release from the Oakland County Prosecutor’s office said the man is accused of videotaping girls at other public spaces, in addition to the Meijer store.

“The types of crimes alleged in this case are especially important to me,” Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney Karen D. McDonald said. “Protecting Oakland County’s kids will always be my top priority as prosecutor, particularly kids in Children’s Village.”

Officials said the man has been suspended by the Oakland County Children’s Village.


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