Jacob Guerrero: Amazon driver dressed as woman films girls at Wrentham Outlets bathroom
A search warrant obtained led cops to discover 12 videos of unsuspecting women and girls undressing
WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS: An Amazon driver has been held by the Wrentham Police for allegedly dressing up as a woman and filming girls at a shopping center bathroom. The police began investigating Jacob Guerrero, 23, of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, in August when a customer at the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets in Massachusetts informed them that a man sneaked into a women's bathroom. Reportedly, Guerrero dressed up as a woman, wore a blonde wig and went to the bathroom, and then used a pen camera attached to a shoe to film girls between 12 and 15 years of age.
"Pen cameras are easily concealed surveillance cameras that have the ability to record video and photos on Micro SD cards contained within the pen," the department said in a statement. "The photos or video captured can then be transferred to any device, including cell phones and computers." Guerrero had fled the scene by the time the police arrived, but a warrant was obtained for him after determining his identity and profession.
Initially, police arrested Guerrero in early September and charged him with filming an unsuspecting naked person, but he was soon released on bail. However, a search warrant later obtained led cops to discover 12 videos of unsuspecting women and girls undressing. Five of the victims were below the age of 18, with some even as young as 8 and 11 years old. One of the videos was seemingly filmed through a child's bedroom window while they undressed. The evidence was sufficient to charge Guerrero with 12 counts of possession of child pornography.
"Following a lengthy investigation, Jacob M. Guerrero, age 23, of 67 Summer Street, Woonsocket, RI was arrested on a warrant last night in Wrentham as he left the Amazon parking lot located opposite the Wrentham Outlets," Wrentham Police Department said in a statement released on Facebook. "Mr. Guerrero, a delivery driver for Amazon, was transported to the Wrentham Police Department where he was booked and held without bail until his arraignment this morning at Wrentham District Court."
"This investigation is active and ongoing, including several law enforcement agencies in more than one state," they said. "We will provide additional information at the appropriate time. We extend our appreciation to the Cohasset Police Department for their invaluable assistance and resources used in this investigation. Anyone having information concerning this case should contact Wrentham Police Detective Robert O'Connell at 508-384-2121."
"We've been notified that as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, a driver who delivered our packages was arrested and charged with serious crimes," Amazon said in a statement to Boston 25 News. This individual is no longer delivering packages for Amazon and we'll continue to assist law enforcement with their investigation."