Published: Mar 18, 2014 5:32 PM EDT
Updated: Mar 18, 2014 5:36 PM EDT

CAPE CORAL, Fla.- "Weird yeah, he seemed pretty normal," said Ted Saternus.

Neighbors of Daniel Treese were shocked to learn the husband and father is now behind bars, for setting up hidden cameras in a private place.

"That's not acceptable on anybody's part so that's pretty sad, pretty sad," said David Pahl.

Treese worked at Consolidated Electrical Distributors from November 2009 to December 2012.
Authorities say at some point during the time, he put a camera in the women's restroom.

According to the original incident report, an employee was working on a fan in the women's bathroom, started to clean up, and noticed a small device, under the toilet seat.

As that employee reached down to grab the device he said, "What is this?"

At that time, Treese grabbed the device and said, "must be some kind of bomb."

The employees then went through Treese's desk, and found several cameras and cards, with videos of the employee, and a customer inside the bathroom.

A search of the bathroom by Cape Coral Police revealed velcro under the sink and on the metal shelving where it appears a camera was at one point.

Police found almost 50 videos.

Treese's lawyer, Joe Viacava, says his client pleaded no contest to six counts of the crime. Because he plead, he will not have to register as a sex offender.