Former AlphaGraphics Madison employee charged with spying on co-workers
A former Alphagraphics Madison employee was charged with seven counts of capturing an intimate representation without consent after a spy camera was found in a stack of toilet paper in a company restroom.
According to an Isthmus report, Stephen M. Schally, 62, ordered and restocked supplies for the company, including toilet paper, in a “women’s room” that was also frequently used by men at the company. An employee spotted the black device and police were called on July 27.
Apparently there was enough evidence on the camera’s memory card to charge Schally with the Class I felonies that are punishable by fines up to $10,000, imprisonment, or both, for secretly recording his co-workers using the toilet in the company restroom between July 12 and July 26. Schally’s final pre-trial conference is scheduled for Dec. 7.