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Truck Driver Accused of Taking Videos of Women at Truck Stops


A truck driver from Utah has been accused of taking videos and pictures of unsuspecting victims at truck stops throughout the country.

Steven Callen, a registered sex offender, has been arrested and is accused of taking pictures and videos of women and children.

According to the Layton, Utah police department, a search of Callen’s phone revealed, “A multitude of adults and juveniles in public restrooms across the nation, and appeared to be in truck stops,” KSLTV reported.

Layton Police said that Callen claimed the videos on his phone were downloaded; however, Callen’s face appeared in several of the videos, as Callen filmed in “selfie mode.”

Police say there are hundreds of victims from all over the county; the victims don’t likely know they’ve been victimized.

“Many of them will have no idea that they were victims of this crime,” Sgt. Riley Richins with the Layton Police Department told KSLTV.

Police said that a majority of the victims are women; however, a few are juveniles.

Callen has a history of stalking and voyeurism charges and in 2017 and 2019, he served time for voyeurism charges.

On March 7, 2020, Callen was arrested again for the same charges. He is now awaiting trial. He’s facing charges 3 charges of sexual exploitation of a minor, 3 counts of voyeurism and failure to register as a sex offender.


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