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Feds investigating former NAVAIR employee for hidden cameras

UPDATE 8/14/2017 11:30 a.m.- At a Peace Order hearing today in the St. Mary's County District Court, one of four victims testified before a Judge that Daniel Fasci had started leaving her gifts and announcing his feelings for her in early 2015. At the time she confronted him and asked him not to speak to her unless it was work related. 

In January 2016, Fasci admitted to the victim he had been taking pictures of her outside of work and he was officially reprimanded by his superiors. 

Fasci admitted to investigators that he placed hidden cameras under the desks of four female co-workers. 

At the conclusion of the this morning's hearing-- in which Fasci was not present-- the Judge granted the Peace Order on the grounds of Harassment and Video Surveillance. He is to have no contact with the victim, including her place of employment or residence. It was also made known Fasci has been terminated from his position at NAS Patuxent River.

TheBayNet.com reached out to the victim after court today to see if she would like to make a statement and she said she was instructed to not speak to the media. 

NCIS has confirmed with TheBayNet.com it is investigating Fasci but NCIS does not discuss the details of ongoing investigations.


 

NAS Patuxent River, MD- Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) is investigating a Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) employee in connection with hidden cameras under female employee’s desks.  TheBayNet.com has confirmed with Naval Air Warfare Center Public Agency Officer (PAO) Patrick Gordon that NCIS is handling the case concerning Daniel A. Fasci, 56 of Great Mills. MD.

According to records, Fasci was a Chief Petty Officer for the United States Navy from 1979-1999. He was employed as Cost Analyst at NAVAIR at NAS Patuxent River.

According to the Peace Order documents obtained by TheBayNet.com, Fasci has admitted to placing hidden cameras under four female employee desks, taking pictures and video. One complainant has stated that Fasci was taking pictures of her outside of the office in January 2016 and was ordered to stop and have no contact with her. Of the four Peace Orders against Fasci, one is for harassment, stalking, and video surveillance; two for video voyeurism, and one for harassment, and video surveillance.

Fasci is due in St. Mary’s County District Court Monday, August 14, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. for a hearing on one of the four Peace Orders.

TheBayNet.com has reached out to NCIS for a response and at this time has not heard back from them. Fasci is not currently facing any charges in St. Mary’s County.

TheBayNet.com is reaching out to the appropriate people and investigating the claims made. Stay tuned to TheBayNet.com as we receive more information.

Contact Joy Shrum at j.shrum@thebaynet.com

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