WV FBI Workers Charged With Dressing-Room Spying

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Fairmont, WV (AP) -- The FBI won't comment on two West Virginia employees charged with spying on girls who were trying on prom dresses at a charity event.

Marion County Prosecutor Pat Wilson says the complaint identifies Gary Sutton Jr. of New Milton and Charles Hommema of Buckhannon as police officers in the Clarksburg Division.

Both were charged late last week with conspiracy and committing criminal invasion of privacy.

The FBI issued a statement about the incident, but it did not name the officers and would not answer questions about their employment status Monday.

Sutton has been released on bond, and Hommema is to be arraigned later this week.

Wilson says both offenses are misdemeanors, each carrying up to a year in jail and fines.

(Copyright 2009 by the Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

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  • by Federalagenda Location: Vienna on Apr 21, 2009 at 02:24 PM
    LOL! thats awesome, makes me feel real safe for my daughters when i take them to buy clothes, hats (and bras) off to the FBI!! Our government taxes, HARD at work.
  • by ziggy Location: marietta on Apr 20, 2009 at 03:40 PM
    misdemeanors!!!!!! most of girls&boys that go to the prom are under 18. witch should be considered as {sex offenders} charges.
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