Velasco was charged with secretly videotaping 45 victims for sexual gratification. Free on $50,000 bail, he is scheduled for a June 21 Superior Court appearance.
Cops do not believe that the bathroom videos were uploaded to the Internet or distributed in any other fashion. In addition to video, the surveillance device was equipped to record sound.
After the camera was discovered by a Starbucks employee, police were summoned to the restaurant, where they photographed the device.
Evidence photos (here and here) show the hook on a wall next to a sink.
A third photo shows the view from the hidden camera’s vantage point.
Police identified Velasco following a review of Starbucks surveillance video showing him entering the café. Over a two-day period last month, police allege, Velasco would enter the bathroom every hour and remove the camera. He would then go to his car and download its videos to his laptop. He would then return to the bathroom and affix the coat hook to the wall.