‘Pedo’ cop ‘planted hidden cameras to film 14-year-old girl in her bedroom for sexual kicks’

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AN Oregon cop has been arrested after allegedly planting hidden cameras in the bedroom of a 14-year-old girl.

Robert Wayne Roady, 48, who served as a Veterans Administration police officer, reportedly admitted to filming the teenager after police came to his home on Thursday.

Robert Wayne Roady, 48, is alleged to have secretly filmed a 14-year-old girl


Robert Wayne Roady, 48, is alleged to have secretly filmed a 14-year-old girlCredit: Douglas County Sheriff's Office

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office first took a report on Thursday after the cameras were found in the girl's room.

It said in a statement that the girl was known to the suspect.

A search warrant was then executed at Roady's address, and detectives "found evidence pertaining to the investigation".

Roady was later interviewed and reportedly confessed to placing the cameras in the girl's room for "sexual purposes".

The investigation also identified two more minor victims and uncovered additional evidence, the sheriff's office said.

Veteran Administration officers form the uniformed law enforcement service of the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

They are responsible for protecting Veteran Affairs Medical Centers and related facilities.

Roady reportedly served in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System in Roseburg city.

He is now being held at the Douglas County Jail and faces nine counts of Invasion of Personal Privacy in the First Degree


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An investigation is ongoing and additional charges are being considered.

Anyone with information that could be relevant is being asked to contact the Detectives Division at (541) 440-4458, referencing case number 20-4914.

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