Police: 23-year-old Amazon driver accused of recording women, girls in Wrentham Outlets bathroom

WRENTHAM, Mass. — Wrentham Police have arrested a suspect on several charges, including possession of child pornography.

Police say 23-year-old Jacob Guerrero of Woonsocket, Rhode Island was arrested Monday night following a lengthy investigation.

Police began investigating in August 2021 when Wrentham Police received a call from a customer at the outlets saying there was a man dressed as a woman acting suspiciously in the women’s bathroom. The suspect, who was wearing a blonde wig, apparently entered the bathroom and went into a stall. Police say younger girls, around 12-15 years old, were using neighboring stalls.

The suspect was gone when police arrived.

Police believe the suspect had a pen camera attached to his sneaker.

After looking at surveillance video, police were able to locate the suspect and his vehicle. They determined he is a delivery driver for Amazon.

An arrest warrant was obtained and Guerrero was arrested on September 2 during a traffic stop in Wrentham where he was charged with photographing an unsuspecting nude person. He was released on bail later that day.

Police continued investigating Guerrero where a search warrant for his personal vehicle and cellphone uncovered sufficient evidence for a second arrest warrant for 12 counts of possession of child pornography.

Police say the evidence included 12 videos where the unsuspecting victims were either nude or partially nude. Five of the 12 victims were under the age of 18 and several are estimated to be between eight and 11 years old. Police say in one case, it appears Guerrero allegedly recorded a young girl through her bedroom window as she undressed.

He is set to be arraigned in Wrentham District Court.

Amazon told Boston 25 News “We’ve been notified that as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, a driver who delivered our packages was arrested and charged with serious crimes. This individual is no longer delivering packages for Amazon and we’ll continue to assist law enforcement with their investigation.”


Posted by Wrentham Police Department on Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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