Wilton man accused of spying on hotel guests in Saratoga Springs

March 25, 2019 07:26 PM

A Wilton man is under arrest, accused of using an endoscope to look under hotel room doors in Saratoga Springs.

Police have charged 38–year-old Durlitch Douge with unlawful surveillance. They say he was using an endoscope that could send images to his phone via Bluetooth.

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Staff at the Courtyard Marriott called police after they spotted him putting his hand under a guest's door.

Douge was not staying at the hotel and police say he was asked to leave a few days earlier when he was also not a guest, but was trespassing.

Investigators tell NewsChannel 13 that Douge could also be charged with burglary.


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