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Walmart employee arrested, accused of taking photos up women’s clothing

A Walmart maintenance worker has been arrested and accused of taking photos up unsuspecting women’s clothing at his store in North Port.



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The North Port Police Department said 54-year-old Joey Kauffman was arrested this past weekend after a victim came forward and said he’d used a cell phone to take pictures of underneath her dress. According to an arrest report, she made Walmart management aware of what happened, and store leadership confronted Kauffman but did not immediately find any images of that victim on his phone.

Police say they later interviewed Kauffman at his home, where they say he agreed to sign a consent form allowing them to search the device.

“Our digital forensic team was able to extract multiple images involving more than a dozen unsuspecting adult females from Kauffman’s cell phone,” the police department said.

Investigators say they determined the incidents

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Walmart employee arrested for video voyeurism in North Port

NORTH PORT, Fla. — A Walmart maintenance worker has been arrested and accused of taking photos up unsuspecting women’s clothing at his store in North Port.

The North Port Police Department said 54-year-old Joey Kauffman was arrested this past weekend after a victim came forward and said he’d used a cell phone to take pictures of underneath her dress. According to an arrest report, she made Walmart management aware of what happened, and store leadership confronted Kauffman but did not immediately find any images of that victim on his phone.

Police say they later interviewed Kauffman at his home, where they say he agreed to sign a consent form allowing them to search the device.

“Our digital forensic team was able to extract multiple images involving more than a dozen unsuspecting adult females from Kauffman’s cell phone,” the police department said.

Investigators say they determined the incidents had happened at

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Contractual gov’t employee in Camarines Norte returns jewelry worth P800,000

Contractual gov’t employee in Camarines Norte returns jewelry worth P800,000

DAET, Camarines Norte – A job order employee of the Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering Office (PEO) returned pieces of jewelry worth P800,000 that were left by a businesswoman at the town’s central mall on Monday morning.

Ener Rojo (man with yellow shirt and with a cap), a job order employee of Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering turned over jewelries worth P800,000.00 to Police Colonel Marlon Tejada, Camarines Norte PPO director on Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of CamNorte PPO / MANILA BULLETIN)
Ener Rojo (man with a yellow shirt and with a cap), a job order employee of Camarines Norte Provincial Engineering turned over jewelries worth P800,000.00 to Police Colonel Marlon Tejada, Camarines Norte PPO director on Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of CamNorte PPO / MANILA BULLETIN)

Camarines Norte Police Provincial Office (PPO) Director Col. Marlon Tejada confirmed that Ener B. Rojo, a job order employee of Camarines Norte PEO, turned over pieces of jewelry he found near the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) lotto outlet located at the Central Plaza Mall

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Google’s Sundar Pichai says future of office is employee ‘on-sites’

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai says the company is “reconfiguring” its offices amid a more permanent shift to working from home. 
  • Pichai discussed the future of work at Google during an interview for Time 100 last week. 
  • While he doesn’t see office work disappearing altogether, he described the office as a space for “on-sites” — presumably, days when employees, who work mostly from home, gather in the office. 
  • Pichai also said he made the decision to have employees work from home until next summer to boost productivity and give workers a sense of certainty during an uncertain time.
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Google’s famous offices may look a bit different for employees once it’s safe for them to begin returning to work.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said last week that the company was making changes to its physical spaces to better support employees in a future Pichai said

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