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Former general manager of Potomac Shores golf club arrested for recording woman in bathroom

Prince William County Police say Craig Luckey admitted to placing a camera in the bathroom of the club.

DUMFRIES, Va. — The former general manager of Potomac Shores Golf Club in Dumfries, Virginia, has been arrested for filming five different women while they used the bathroom at the club.

WUSA9 was there when Prince William County Police officers carrying ballistic shields and wearing bullet resistant vests, handcuffed Craig Luckey, 55, outside his Woodbridge home, and then searched his townhouse.

Prince William County Police said in a criminal complaint that the first incident happened on Wednesday. An officer was called to the club, located at 1750 Dunnington Place, at around 7:30 p.m. A woman reported finding a phone filming her in the toilet stall.

She was able to look at the video on the phone and told police she saw Luckey, the general manager at the club at the time, setting up the phone to record. The criminal complaint says Luckey arrived at the club and admitted to officers he had placed the phone to record women.

After reviewing more evidence, police found four more victims. They say Luckey had been filming women in the nude at the club for several months.

According to court records, Luckey was arrested on Thursday and charged with filming a non-consented nude person, which is a misdemeanor. He was released on his own recognizance, records show, on that first count.

But then police went back to his home Monday to arrest him after finding enough evidence to charge him with non-consensual nude filming of the other women.

WUSA9 was at Luckey's house Monday when Prince William County officers arrived to detain him.

Police are urging anyone else who may have been a victim to reach out. The investigation is ongoing.

Luckey is next scheduled to be in court on July 20, on the first count, according to court records. He's likely to go before a judge on the other four counts before that.

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