WASHINGTON – A Naval Air Station Patuxent River employee is under investigation for putting video cameras under the desks of female employees, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service said Thursday.
Daniel A. Fasci, 56, was in Maryland District Court Monday for a final peace order hearing sought against him by one of four women he harassed at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, according to court documents obtained by the Southern Maryland newspaper thebaynet.com.
A peace order is the equivalent of a restraining order. In the court documents, all four females sought orders against Fasci, for video surveillance, harassment, stalking and voyeurism, according to thebaynet.com
Separately, NCIS is investigating Fasci, according to spokesman Ed Buice.
“I can confirm NCIS is investigating allegations that a male employee at Patuxent Naval Air Station placed video cameras under desks belonging to female employees, but NCIS does not discuss the details of ongoing investigations,” Buice said.
Tara Copp is a Pentagon correspondent for the Associated Press. She was previously Pentagon bureau chief for Sightline Media Group.