WRIGHT TOWNSHIP -- Police in Luzerne County have discovered more videos allegedly taken by the accused "bathroom peeper" in a restaurant bathroom.
Wright Township police and Luzerne County detectives found more videos on another electronic storage device allegedly taken by Juan Prieto, a former employee of Luigi’s Restaurant in Mountain Top.
The videos were apparently taken on November 18, 2016. Detectives say that if you were at Luigi's then, you should contact Wright Township police.
Prieto was arrested earlier this week for allegedly taking videos in that restaurant.
Authorities ask if you've been to Luigi's on February 18, January 21, and November 18, to please contact Wright Township Police.
Detectives are also trying to confirm whether or not Prieto is legally allowed to be in the United States. so far, they have not been able to find a valid driver's license, and court papers show the car he left in Luigi's parking lot from over the weekend is not registered under his name.
He left the car there after a woman spotted him allegedly recording her with his cell phone and ran.
Court papers also indicate Prieto told authorities he lived at a home on Wyoming Street in Hazleton, but when Newswatch 16 went there, a woman told us she's lived in the home for the past three years did not know Juan Prieto. When we showed her Prieto's photo, she then said she's never seen the man.
State Representative Tara Toohil's district includes Hazleton. She says since President Trump has been in office, her office has received dozens of concerns from many of her immigrated constituents. She tells them not to worry unless they've committed a serious crime like Prieto's.
"You can be at all different stages of your immigration, but really the focus is going to be securing borders and getting rid of the worst of the worst people, like people who give all immigrants a bad name," said Rep. Toohil.
Rep. Toohil says if Prieto is convicted of those child pornography and invasion of privacy charges, and if Homeland Security finds he is here illegally, he could be deported as part of President Trump's border security plan.