PROVIDENC, R.I. — A 24-year-old Providence restaurant worker is accused of filming video in a co-ed restroom.

Police last week charged Marco Northup-Jones, of Cranston, with two counts of video voyeurism and one count of disorderly conduct.

A female coworker at The Capital Grille restaurant told police she found Northup-Jones’ cellphone recording from locker in the restroom, which also serves as an employee changing room. She says the phone had already recorded 30 minutes of video.

Northup-Jones is being held pending a court appearance. It was not clear if he has hired an attorney.


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