A former Quincy businessman now living in St. Louis was formally charged Monday with four more counts of non-consensual video taping of females while they were showering at his office.
The suit was filed Jan. 20 in Adams County Circuit Court on behalf of an unnamed plaintiff by Mariah Garcia, an attorney with Loevy & Loevy in Chicago. The plaintiff, a 33-year-old Quincy resident identified as “Jane Doe” in the suit, claims she has lost wages (bonuses), a potential reduction or loss of earning ability, and substantial emotional pain and suffering.
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QUINCY — A preliminary hearing for the owner of a Quincy digital marketing and communications company accused of secretly videotaping some of his employees while they were in a locker room/restroom has been continued. John Rokusek, 59, did not appear before Judge Tad Brenner Thursday morning. He is represented by Denny Woodworth, but public defender […]
The owner of a Quincy digital marketing and communications company has been accused of secretly videotaping some of his employees while they were in a locker room/restroom. John Rokusek, 59, appeared before Judge Tad Brenner Friday morning. First Assistant State’s Attorney Todd Eyler represented Adams County and charged Rokusek with five counts of unauthorized video […]
A Quincy man was arrested following a traffic stop on Thursday for an alleged unauthorized video recording. John Rokusek, 59, was arrested at 10:39 a.m. after he was pulled over near 14th and Jefferson. Rokusek is under investigation for his alleged involvement in the unauthorized video recording case, according to the Quincy Police Department. No […]