Rams Head president charged with secretly videotaping women in bathroom of company’s Savage, Maryland restaurant

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Kyle Muehlhauser, restaurant group co-owner and president, charged as peeping tom Kyle Muehlhauser, co-owner and president of the Rams Head Group, was booked by Howard County police on February 19, 2015 and charged with videotaping six women as they used the restroom.  Howard County police conducted a 10 month investigation into Muehlhauser after a female… Read more »

Feds to fine Takata daily until the airbag maker complies with investigation

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NHTSA head says fines necessary to find cause of airbag defects The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration will fine automotive parts maker Takata $14,000 each day until it complies with a federal investigation into its faulty airbags. On February 20 2014, the NHTSA issued a pair of fines totaling $14,000 a day against the Japanese-based firm Takata. The fines… Read more »

Rabbi Barry Freundel pleads guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism

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Rabbi Barry Freundel pleaded guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism in D.C. Superior Court on Thursday afternoon.  The charges stem from secretly videotaping female converts and students as they took part in a sacred ritual bath known as a mikvah.  Freundel used a clock radio containing a hidden camera to videotape the women as they undressed and showered… Read more »