A man accused of planting a hidden camera in bathrooms entered a not guilty plea in Deschutes County Circuit Court Monday to 25 counts of invasion of privacy and seven counts of attempted invasion of privacy.
Richard Eugene Ipsen, 60, of Tualatin, allegedly planted a camera designed to look like an AC adapter in a Starbucks bathroom in Sherwood in June. After the camera was discovered by Sherwood Police, Bend Police executed a search warrant for a house belonging to the Ipsen Family Trust at 2325 N.W. Lolo Drive. According to the search warrant affidavit, Bend police officers were able to match photos from the camera to the guest bathroom at the residence.
Ipsen entered a not guilty plea in Washington County to eight counts of invasion of privacy and two counts of attempted invasion of privacy, according to the Oregon Judicial Information Network. A six-person trial is set for Dec. 3.
Ipsen’s trial in Deschutes County is set for Jan. 16, 2014.
— Bulletin staff report