CHEVY CHASE, Md. (WMAR) - Imagine if someone was peaking in on some of your most private moments. It was reality for Dennis Van Dusen's victims.
The Chevy Chase landlord plead guilty to three misdemeanor counts for putting hidden cameras around a house he rented to women.
One victim found the camera hidden in a smoke detector above her bed. She found the camera after reading an article and wondering if she could be a victim.
Police found hours of video from the camera on Van Dusen's computer.
Prosecutors say he lured the women into the home by offering low rent.
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