Lincoln restaurant manager convicted of recording female employees changing clothes

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LINCOLN, Nebraska — A former Lincoln restaurant manager has been convicted of recording images of women changing clothes in an employee locker room.

The Lincoln Journal Star reports ( ) 29-year-old Dustin Lindgren took a plea deal with prosecutors on Monday. He entered no contest pleas to two counts of unlawful intrusion and a judge found him guilty. A third count was dropped in the deal.

Authorities say Lindgren was manager of the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery when he used a cellphone hidden in a jacket pocket to record at least 12 women in January and February. One of the women noticed the phone and notified police.

The owner of the restaurant fired Lindgren in February. He is scheduled to be sentenced next year.

Information from: Lincoln Journal Star,

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