The woman called police Saturday, unleashing an investigation that revealed her apartment was rigged with 11 cameras, including four in her bathroom, recording her every move.Officers first examined the detector in the kitchen and realized it would not open to replace a battery like a normal smoke detector.A smoke detector in a 25-year-old Kansas City woman’s apartment above a tattoo parlor apparently was detecting more than just smoke.A friend visiting her apartment noticed it looked just like one from the box of spy cameras disguised as smoke detectors he had seen in the basement of the business where they both worked: Freaks Tattoo at 4101 Troost Ave.
Some New Yorkers who have two locks will purposely leave one unlocked so that if someone comes in and out of the apartment, heedlessly securing the deadbolt, for example, they’ll know they've had an unwanted visitor.
A friend of the 25-year-old woman noticed that a smoke detector looked just like one from the box of spy cameras he had seen in the basement of the business at 4101 Troost Ave.
A police investigation revealed her apartment was rigged with 11 cameras, including four in her bathroom, recording her every move.
Dias, represented by attorney Alexander Martinez, did not say a word during the arraignment, which was continued to Aug. According to Dias' three-page arrest warrant affidavit, Garda Armored Car Service driver Rafael Rivera visited the sandwich shop near the Noroton Heights railroad station on July 30 and used the bathroom.
At first he noticed what he thought was a computer thumb drive under the sink that had been pushed into a slit of some insulation wrapped around the sink drain pipe.