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CVS Manager Accused of Taping Employee in Bathroom

Man allegedly hid iPhone in paper towel rack



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    Glennis Warburton faces a felony count of unauthorized videotaping.

    An Evanston man was arrested last week for allegedly recording iPhone video of a fellow employee.

    Glennis Warburton, a manager at a Noble Square CVS, is accused of hiding the iPhone in a paper towel rack in the women's bathroom of the store and asking an employee to change her shirt, the Chicago Tribune reported.

    Authorities were called after the woman discovered the iPhone with the recording function activated. Police say the Warburton, 42, admitted to having a crush on the 28-year-old woman.

    Warburton was charged with felony unauthorized videotaping and held on $40,000 bond.