California high school teacher accused of hiding cameras in campus restrooms

California high school teacher accused of hiding cameras in campus restrooms

Siu Kong Sit, 37, is facing multiple charges, including possession of child pornography, burglary and two misdemeanors

March 1, 2023
A high school teacher in Irvine, California, has been arrested for allegedly hiding video recording devices in restrooms on campus.
Siu Kong Sit, 37, is accused of bugging a pair of all-gender restrooms near the swimming pool of Beckman High School, part of the Tustin Unified School District.
Image via Irvine Police Department
A maintenance worker reportedly found the devices and turned them over to school administrators. Irvine police then discovered that several victims had been filmed.
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Siu was arrested on campus Monday, according to reports. 
The Santa Ana resident faces charges of possession of — or manufacturing — child pornography, burglary and two misdemeanors.
Siu Kong Sit. Image via Irvine Police Department
Irvine police are trying to locate more victims. 
Anyone who used the campus bathrooms between Feb. 24 and Feb. 27 or believes that they have been victimized is urged to call the Investigations Bureau information line at 949-724-7104.
Siu is being held at Orange County Jail. Anyone with information related to the case is asked to call detectives at 949-724-7168.

      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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