Former Denver hearth official charged with secretly planting digicam in feminine firefighter’s room

A former Denver hearth lieutenant was charged Thursday with secretly planting a recording device in the changing room utilized by a feminine firefighter.

Daniel Flesner
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Daniel Flesner

Daniel Flesner, 47, has been charged with a felony rely of tampering with bodily proof and a misdemeanor cost of invasion of privateness for sexual gratification, in response to a Thursday information launch by Carolyn Tyler, spokeswoman for District Legal professional Beth McCann.

Flesner, who’s retired, allegedly positioned the recording system within the sleeping room of one other firefighter. The lens was going through the altering space, the information launch says.

When the system was found and reported to superiors, of which he was one, Flesner allegedly tampered with the system, it says.

Flesner is scheduled to seem in court docket for an advisement on April 22 in Denver District Courtroom.