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Verona man facing new charges after allegedly using hidden cameras for recordings

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BELOIT, Wis. — A former School District of Beloit employee charged with hiding cameras in a Madison-area home is now facing additional charges for allegedly using other hidden cameras to film his estranged wife and two other victims.

Andrew Liebergen, 49, of Verona, is charged with one count of invasion of privacy with a surveillance device and four counts of capturing an intimate representation without consent, one of which was of a minor.

Liebergen was originally charged with one count of capturing an intimate representation without consent and one count of invasion of privacy with a surveillance device.

According to an updated criminal complaint, detectives later found hundreds of videos on multiple laptops showing footage of two other females in addition to the victim from the original charges.

Upon further investigation, detectives determined the footage was recorded in two bathrooms at Liebergen’s wife’s house. According to the complaint, footage showed all three female victims —one of whom was 12 years old — naked.

The complaint alleges that the hundreds of video clips were recorded between July 1, 2020 and March 17 of this year.

In a statement, Jo Ann Armstrong, Executive Director of Business, HR and Operations for the School District of Beloit, said Liebergen resigned from the district April 14.

Liebergen has a pre-trial conference scheduled for Dec. 10 at 10:30 a.m.