David Hunter Moore, 23, CEO of Moore Advanced, was arrested by Hernando police after female employees of Moore Advanced noticed a hidden camera in the bathroom used exclusively by female employees. Moore has been charged with photographing and filming without permission.
Moore Advanced is a temp agency located on Highway 51 in Hernando, Mississippi. David Hunter Moore is listed as the President and CEO of Moore Advanced.
The hidden camera was disguised as a phone charger and looked like this:
It is unclear how the long the hidden camera was in place in the women’s bathroom. One female employee indicated that she had seen the charger off and on for a period of months but did not think anything of it at first. This past Wednesday, the employee pulled the charger out of the socket and discovered a blinking light. She took a photo of the device and then researched the device online. At that point, she learned that the device also contained a hidden camera.
She alerted the Hernando police, who obtained a search warrant and, upon searching the premises, located two additional recording devices, as well as a body worn camera, which was allegedly found in David Hunter Moore’s desk. Investigators will now review the captured footage and photographs for additional evidence and/or charges, particularly if the hidden camera was used to record any minors using the restroom.
In addition to contacting the Hernando police to assist with the criminal charges, any persons videotaped or photographed by the hidden camera should also contact an attorney to discuss a possible civil lawsuit against David Hunter Moore and/or Moore Advanced for invasion of privacy. The Kittell Law Firm would certainly be interested in discussing a possible civil claim with any of the victims of this crime.