Who is Jacob Guerrero? Wiki, Biography, Age, Arrested, Recording Girls in Bathroom

Jacob Guerrero
Jacob Guerrero

Jacob Guerrero Wiki – Jacob Guerrero Biography

Jacob Guerrero is an Amazon driver who took illicit photos of girls as young as 8, including through a bedroom window and in the women’s bathroom at a Massachusetts department store while dressed in drag, according to police.

Guerrero was initially busted by cops in Massachusetts last month for allegedly using a pen camera attached to his sneaker to photograph young girls at the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets in late August while donning a blonde wig, WFXT-TV reported Tuesday.

Age

He is 23 years old.

Amazon Driver Took Photos of Girls in Bathroom

At the Wrentham mall, Guerrero allegedly dressed up in a blonde or red-haired wig and dress and wore a pen camera attached to the laces of his sneakers to take videos in a bathroom.

He allegedly entered stalls next to 12 victims and took videos without their knowledge. Of the 12, five girls were under age 18, and some were estimated to be as young as 8, Police Chief Bill McGrath said.

Arrested

Cops busted Guerrero in that case on Sept. 2. They launched an investigation that determined he had possession of pornographic images of a dozen women and girls, including five victims under 18 years old and one as young as 8.

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In one case, police said Guerrero allegedly recorded a young girl undressing through her bedroom window, the outlet said.

He was rearrested Monday and was awaiting arraignment Tuesday on 12 counts of possession of child pornography, police said.

Amazon Statement

In a statement to WFXT, Amazon said Guerrero had been fired from his job.

“We’ve been notified that as part of an ongoing criminal investigation a driver who delivered our packages was arrested and charged with serious crimes,” the company’s statement said. “This individual is no longer delivering packages for Amazon and we’ll continue to assist law enforcement with their investigation.”

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