Cheyenne Man Admits He Recorded Coworker In Bathroom

After 23-year-old Hunter Rezac reportedly turned himself in to Cheyenne police for recording a female coworker's visit to the bathroom, the Larame County District Attorney's Office charged him with voyeurism, a felony punishable by up to two years in prison if convicted.

Clair McFarland

February 16, 20232 min read

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(Cowboy State Daily Staff)

Accused of using his phone to record a female coworker’s visit to the bathroom, a Cheyenne man faces up to two years in prison for felony voyeurism.  

The Laramie County District Attorney’s Office charged Hunter Rezac, 23, with voyeurism after a 19-year-old woman told police the week prior that she’d noticed a recording device in the bathroom of the Finish Line, where she works.  

She said her coworker at the Frontier Mall shoe store, Rezac, had been seen entering and exiting the bathroom multiple times during their shift together.  

The next day Rezac came to the Cheyenne Police Department because he heard he was under investigation, according to the charging document. He reportedly handed over his phone for police to investigate.

A Tearful Confession

Later that day, Rezac came to the lobby at the CPD again, this time crying and accompanied by his father. 

The pair went to an interview room with a police officer, where Rezac reportedly told the officer he put his phone in a box in the bathroom at work. 

He made the box’s hole larger for his camera, the document continues, and left the phone in the box to record people pulling down their pants.  

He left the phone recording for about an hour, the document states.  

When he retrieved the phone he found the footage of his female coworker going to the bathroom, Rezac told the officer. But he said he couldn’t see much on the recording.  

He also had, the document alleges, taken about six screenshots from the video of the woman’s genital area.  

Rezac is scheduled to attend a preliminary hearing in Cheyenne Circuit Court on Feb. 22.  

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Clair McFarland

Crime and Courts Reporter