Rosemount man sentenced after installing cameras in work restroom

Tony Ray Nixon Photo: Hennepin County
Tony Ray Nixon

March 14, 2019 07:59 AM

A Rosemount man has been sentenced after being convicted of gross misdemeanor interference with privacy for evidence he placed cameras in a bathroom at the Eden Prairie business where he worked.

According to court documents, 56-year-old Tony Ray Nixon received a year-long sentence at the Hennepin County workhouse as well as supervised probation.


A criminal complaint stated Nixon met with management after an employee reported he had installed an unauthorized recording device in the unisex bathroom.

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Upon inspection, a detective found two cameras had been installed under the sinks in the bathroom and a camera had been mounted to point at the toilet, the complaint stated.

An investigation revealed Nixon had been shopping on the internet for "micro SD cards, waterproof camcorders and accessories, and battery packs, specific to the type of camera that was installed in the bathroom from June 19th to July 17th," according to the complaint.

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