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Spotsylvania man charged with unlawful filming of job applicant

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Mark Allan Haynes

Mark Allan Haynes

A 46-year-old Spotsylvania County man has been charged with unlawfully videotaping or photographing a person in a state of undress and without their consent following an investigation by the Fredericksburg Police Department.

A 21-year-old Spotsylvania woman told police that during a job interview at Kloke Enterprises, 300 Lansdowne Road, she was asked by the interviewer to remove all of her clothing and try on uniforms in an empty office, police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe announced today.

During a second interview five or six weeks later, the woman was asked again to remove her clothing and follow additional instructions from the interviewer. This time the woman discovered a concealed camera in the room, Bledsoe reported.

City police arrested Mark Allan Haynes, 46, of Spotsylvania, following execution of a search warrant at a home in Spotsylvania.

Haynes was taken to the Rappahannock Regional Jail and placed on a $2,500 bond on Tuesday.

The alleged incidents occurred between June 1 and July 10.

Fredericksburg police ask that anyone with information or who may have been a victim of a similar crime contact Detective Carlos Reyes at 540-654-5919.


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  • staffordfan

    Looks like an honest guy! Can’t imagine he wouldn’t be pulling down topshelf poon on his own!

  • Steve Cassinoooo

    go inside this room..disrobe all your cloths……seems legit!!

  • Michael Blevins

    So did they find anything in the search of the home? What are the possible penalties for this offense? Did they confiscate the camera and tapes at the business? Poor reporting with far too many pertinent detail are left out.