Kenosha Police to Meet With Secret Camera Victims

Kenosha Police will meet next week with several women they believe were victims in a hidden camera case. 43-year-old Christopher Bohatkiewicz, Pleasant Prairie, made his initial court appearance Thursday on eight counts of capturing an intimate representation without consent. Police say Bohatkiewicz worked as a DJ under his company name Wildefire Entertainment, playing music at bars, parties and weddings in Kenosha County and northern Illinois. According to the criminal complaint, Bohatkiewicz placed a “spy camera pen” in the women’s restroom at a Kenosha tavern on Nov. 5. He is being held on $2,500 bond. He is expected to appear in court for a preliminary hearing Nov. 18.



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