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Man accused of hiding camera in bathroom of Grapevine restaurant charged

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GRAPEVINE, Texas - Grapevine police arrested a man on Monday for allegedly hiding a camera in a Braum's public restroom.

Andrew Crawford Boden, 64 of Irving, was charged with improper photography or video recording.

Staff members found the camera on May 23 at a Braum's restaurant in the 1300 block of S. Main Street. It was disguised as an electrical outlet.

Forensic investigators reviewed images from the camera, which allegedly contained deleted photos of Boden and five videos. Police got plenty of tips after the pictures of Boden were shown on TV.

According to the arrest warrant affidavit, Boden admitted to hiding the camera and several others across the DFW area.

The document does not list the locations of the other cameras. It said police searched Boden's office computer at Pioneer Natural Resources in Irving as part of the investigation and seized electronic equipment "to recover evidence of all hidden cameras Boden has placed in various locations."

Police found Boden living at an Irving motel.

Boden posted $2,000 bond and was released from jail Monday night.

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