<quoted text>They have jobs and are respected by the people of NY (excluding scum criminals) and you f sheep.
JOBS??? THATS A JOB??? What 40 k?
HAHAHHAHAHAHAHH!!!!! Wait THEYRE ALL CRIMINALS!!! SO THEY DONT RESPECT THEMSELVES?? THANKS FOR CLEARING THAT ONE UP LOL!!!
Utica DPW employee accused of taking photos under women's skirts
By WKTV News
Story Created: Oct 24, 2011 at 3:37 PM EST
Story Updated: Oct 24, 2011 at 4:36 PM EST
UTICA, N.Y.(WKTV)- A Utica Department of Public Works employee has been charged with twelve counts after allegedly taking photos up the skirts of numerous women.
In July, the Utica Police Department received a report from a local retailer, regarding a woman being followed. A woman contacted the retailer and told them that while she was in the store, she believed that a man had followed her and her young daughters.
She told the retailer that she was not sure what he was doing, but that she was concerned.
The store's security staff reviewed surveillance cameras and found several images of the man in question approaching woman and acting suspiciously.
Police said the videos showed him placing something under the women's skirts.
Store Security then contacted the Utica Police Department, who later conducted surveillance of the man.
During that surveillance, the officers identified the man as Michael Scotellaro, 54, of Utica and a Utica Department of Public works employee, and observed him acting in a similar manner.
An Investigator interviewed Scotellaro, and during a search of his locker at the DPW, officers found a video camera. A search warrant was then conducted at Scotellaro's residence and a computer was seized, along with several data storage devices.
The UPD Digital Forensics Laboratory analyzed the data, and found several images of child pornography.
After analyzing the camera, several images from under women's skirts were also found.
Scotellaro is now charged with six counts of possession of a sexual performance of a child, six counts of unlawful surveillance, and criminal possession of a weapon.
It is alleged that Scotellaro used the camera to videotape under unsuspecting women's skirts at larger retail businesses in Utica and New Hartford.
The crimes are alleged to have been committed over the summer months, but may have been going on for some time.
During the search warrant, police said a metal knuckle knife was located.
The funniest most hysterical part is that several of his DMP "sloworkers" all said "He seemed like such a nice guy".
Ill let that sink in!