Man accused of secretly recording people in women’s restroom to enter plea to charges
KENOSHA COUNTY — 43-year-old Christopher Bohatkiewicz of Pleasant Prairie is due in court on Tuesday, December 13th to enter a plea to multiple charges. He faces eight felony counts of “capture an intimate representation” and 14 counts of “possession of child pornography.”
The charges against Bohatkiewicz came after the popular DJ allegedly admitted to placing a spy pen inside a women’s restroom.
Bohatkiewicz is alleged to have secretly recorded people in a women’s restroom at Sullivan’s Place Bar & Grill in Kenosha. He had been working at the bar as a Friday night DJ for about two years.
On the afternoon of Friday, November 4th, prosecutors say Bohatkiewicz admitted to placing what appeared to be a pen on the floor of the women’s restroom.
Several hours later, a man used the restroom and picked up what he ultimately determined to be a spy camera pen — complete with a memory card. When that man turned the device in, police say they found images of eight people — as each used the restroom.
When police questioned Bohatkiewicz, he reportedly told them he had been planting the pen for a month — explaining that he gets pleasure from the pictures.
Investigators believe there could be additional, unaware victims. If you think you may have come in contact with this DJ, you’re strongly encouraged to contact the Kenosha Police Department.
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