Joseph J. Krenicky, age 48, of Glenwood, was sentenced to three (3) years New Jersey State Prison with Parole Supervision for Life. He must also register for Megan’s Law, submit a DNA sample and pay $1,280 in fines and fees.
He pleaded guilty on May 21, to endangering the welfare of a child, a crime of the second degree and Invasion of Privacy, a crime of the third degree.
The defendant had been hired as an electrician to perform work in the victims’ home. During the course of the defendant’s work, he secreted a spy-camera disguised as a portable power bank in the bathroom of the residence without the victims’ permission or knowledge. The spy camera captured and recorded videos of the victims in various stages of undress, including one victim who was under the age of 18.
Michael Szczepanski, 50, of Brooklyn, was sentenced to 2 years’ Probation. In addition, Szczepanski is ordered to pay $280 in fines and fees.
On July 8, 2019, Szczepanski pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful possession of a weapon, a third-degree crime and one count of public false alarm to law enforcement, a fourth-degree crime.