Prawdzik sentenced to 1 year

December 26, 2014

Dave Prawdzik

Dave Prawdzik

By Pat Maurer

Former Mt. Pleasant bank manager David Prawdzik,55, was sentenced December 15 to one year in jail and three years probation for “tampering with evidence” and “surveillance of an unclothed person.”

He was arrested August 15 after an employee of the Pickard Street Chemical Bank discovered a camera inside a toilet paper roll and showed it to co-workers. Reportedly he videotaped five female employees in the bathroom on more than one occasion over a few weeks.

Prawdzik was initially charged with tampering and survellance and also with capturing/distributing an image of an unclothed person, installing/using an eavesdropping device, and with using a computer to commit a crime.

He pled guilty in November to the tampering and surveillance charges with a plea agreement that the other charges would be dropped.

At his sentencing, Prawdzik read a letter of apology asking for leniency, and four victims spoke. Judge Mark Duthie reportedly said he didn’t see much remorse.
Prawdzik was also forbidden from contacting any of his victims, as a part of probation conditions imposed during his sentencing.

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