Worker at Sushi Station in Rolling Meadows accused of placing camera in restroom

Juan Sixtega, 23, was arrested after detectives found “multiple unlawful recordings” that had been taken since January, police said.

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Sushi Station, 1641 W. Algonquin Rd.

Sushi Station, 1641 W. Algonquin Rd.

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A worker at the Sushi Station restaurant in Rolling Meadows is accused of videotaping customers in the restroom.

Officers were notified of an “unauthorized video recording incident” about 10:25 p.m. Saturday in the public restroom of Sushi Station at 1641 W. Algonquin Rd. in Rolling Meadows police said.

An employee, 23-year-old Juan Sixtega, was arrested after detectives found “multiple unlawful recordings” that had been taken since January, along with evidence that linked them to Sixtega, police said.

Sixtega, of Arlington Heights, was charged with one felony count of unauthorized video recording and live video transmission, police said. He was released from custody after posting bond.

Police said the Sushi Station owners have cooperated with the investigation, and that most of the victims have been identified.

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