Former Elverson-Honeybrook Area EMS chief accused of using hidden camera to record women in bathroom

Authorities say Jason McCully used the hidden camera to record women between October 26, 2021 and May 24, 2022.

ELVERSON, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — A former emergency services department chief in Berks County is accused of secretly recording at least 11 women in the bathroom.

The discovery was made on May 24, 2022, when Caernarvon Township Police said they found a hidden camera installed in the women’s restroom at EMS Building HQ in the Elverson-Honeybrook Area.

Authorities say that between October 26, 2021 and May 24, 2022, Jason McCully, 39, used the hidden camera to record women, some of whom were minors.

None of the victims knew beforehand that they were making audio/video recordings.

According to investigators, McCully was the chief of the Elverson-Honeybrook Area EMS at the time of the crimes.

Following a search warrant, authorities said they found images of women using the emergency toilet on McCully’s phone.

McCully was arrested on Monday.

He faces a long list of charges, including child sexual abuse.

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