PEORIA (AP) — A massage therapist in Arizona was arrested on sexual misconduct charges after a customer alleges he used a hidden video camera to record customers, authorities said.
Robert Miller, 52, of Phoenix was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of multiple sex-related crimes, including one count of surreptitious filming and ten counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.
A customer at the New Serenity Massage/Pain Management Arizona company noticed a strange item plugged into an outlet in a massage room before discovering it was hidden video camera and contacting police, the Peoria Police authorities said.
Miller was arrested at his home in Phoenix after a search warrant was served on his residence, police said.
Police located hundreds of images of child pornography, sex toys that resemble children and videos of customers during their massages during the search, detectives said.
Online court records don’t list an attorney for Miller who could comment on the allegations.
New Serenity Massage/Pain Management Arizona operated in Peoria and Phoenix.
Miller was booked into the Fourth Avenue Jail in Phoenix, authorities said.