September 1, 2014
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Police say they won't press charges against an Omni Hotel San Diego employee who admitted to putting a hidden camera in a public restroom at the luxury hotel.
U-T San Diego reports the hotel notified police on June 8, three days after hotel security discovered it and the hotel's director of engineering Richard Bourque resigned.
Bourque declined comment to the newspaper.
Lt. Andra Brown said two victims seen on video weren't identifiable, so the penal code doesn't apply and the case has been closed.
It's unclear how long the camera had been in the bathroom, how many recordings exist, and how many of those were reviewed by investigators.
Hotel officials said no other cameras were found in a security sweep of its public restrooms and private rooms.
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