Capone's dinner show worker hid camera in dressing room, Osceola deputies say
Deputies say man arrested on voyeurism charges after pen camera found
An employee of Capone's Dinner and Show has been arrested on voyeurism charges after deputies say he hid a pen camera in the show's dressing room.
Deputies said the employees of the dinner show, located in Kissimmee, found a pen camera hidden in the dressing room and left the camera on a table in the dressing room on April 1. According to the report, when the employees returned, it was gone and deputies were called to investigate the "suspicious incident."
On April 2, the show's owner told deputies that Kenneth Harrington, 49 and an unnamed employee, confessed to hiding the camera and then throwing it in the parking lot when it was left on the table, according to the report.
Capone's fired Harrington and police obtained a search warrant for his house, where deputies took several computers and media storage devices.
In the show at Capone's, Harrington played one of the main characters, Buggs Moran. Local 6 asked Harrington for comment, but he said he would not speak without his lawyer.
Harrington was arrested Friday on four counts of voyeurism.
According to Harrington's LinkedIn profile, he has also been an actor at Universal Studios and Disney World. A spokesman for Universal told Local 6 that he is no longer an employee there.
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