Ex-Kissimmee dinner show employee arrested on voyeurism charges
Kenneth Harrington of Clermont, Florida (Photo by Osceola County Sheriff's Office)
CLERMONT, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) -
An employee of Capone's Dinner & Show dinner theater was fired and later arrested on voyeurism charges after authorities say he admitted to hiding a pen camera in a dressing room.
Kenneth Harrington, 49, of Clermont was charged with four counts of voyeurism Friday and booked into the Lake County Jail.
The investigation began April 1, when management at Capone's Dinner & Show contacted the Osceola County Sheriff's Office after employees said they found a hidden pen camera in a dressing room.
The employees reportedly left the pen camera on a table. But when they returned, it was gone, deputies said.
The next day, deputies returned to the Kissimmee dinner theater and spoke with the owner, who told them one of his employees, Harrington, admitted to hiding the pen camera pen in the dressing room and then discarding it the parking lot. Capone's terminated Harrington's employment.
Investigators with a search warrant went to Harrington's home, where the took several computers and media storage devices into evidence. With the help of Lake County deputies, Harrington was arrested and booked.