Over “sibling rivalry,” a woman allegedly killed her teen sister and baby niece

Over “sibling rivalry,” a woman allegedly killed her teen sister and baby niece

After his covert recording device was discovered beneath a sink, an employee of a California Space Force sushi supplier pled guilty to filming ladies without their knowledge while they were naked in an employee bathroom.

Aung K. Zin was employed as a commissary worker at the Vandenberg Space Force Base when, on November 10, he was charged with one federal crime of video voyeurism; he pleaded guilty the same day.

According to court documents obtained by the Daily Beast on Monday, Zin was sentenced to three years of supervised probation and required to pay $325 in fines.

Zin, an employee of Advanced Fresh Concepts (AFC), a California company that supplies sushi services to the missile base, disclosed to investigators that he had been secretly recording personnel since December 2020.

On January 5 of this year, a secret recording device belonging to Zin was discovered in an employee-only restroom, concealed beneath the sink.

Investigators conducted a forensic examination of the memory card of the video camera and discovered several deleted photographs, including those depicting “four nude ladies using a toilet” and “two images of the subject [Zin].”

In one photograph, Zin was reportedly seen sporting a uniform bearing the AFC insignia and the initial two letters of his moniker, Eric.

The employee of a California Space Force sushi supplier pled guilty to secretly filming women while they were naked in an employee bathroom after his hidden recording device was discovered beneath a sink.

Aung K. Zin, an employee of Advanced Fresh Concepts who was hired to operate at the Vandenberg Space Force Base commissary, was charged with one federal count of video voyeurism on November 10.

On the same day he pleaded guilty, his case files were released to reveal that he was sentenced to three years of supervised probation and $325 in fines.

Zin was examined by detectives on April 22 and confirmed that he had been operating and installing the video recording equipment since December 2020.

In the verdict and probation order issued by the United States District Court for the Central District of California, it is unclear how many additional victims may have been affected after 2020.

In addition to the fine and probationary period, it was determined that Zin “need not register as a sexual offender” and that the imposition of jail time would be suspended provided he complied with the probationary terms and conditions.

The judgment indicates that as part of Zin’s three-year probation, he must “comply with the Probation Office’s norms and regulations and Second Amended General Order 20-04.”

The ruling stated, “Standard Probation Condition 4 involving out-of-district travel is revoked.”

“The defendant must pay the fine and special assessment by December 9, 2022, in accordance with the separate Notice of Order for Payment of Fine,”

In accordance with 18 U.S.C. 3601, it continued, “upon payment of the fine and special assessment, completion of the special condition outlined below, and completion of eighteen (18) months of probation with no violations, the Probation Officer shall have discretion to implement unsupervised probation for the remainder of the probationary term.”

“While on unsupervised probation, the defendant shall not commit another federal, state, or municipal offense and shall notify the Probation Officer at least ten days in advance of any change in home or employment,” the document stated.

The Vanderberg SFB, which opened in 1957 and was named for the late General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, second chief of staff of the United States Air Force, was renamed Space Force Installation in May of last year.

It is now unknown how many victims the AFC sushi worker had between December 2020 and January 2022, when his recording device containing erased images of Zin and ‘four nude ladies’ was discovered.

Dailymail.com has reached out to AFC’s president and CEO, Jeffrey Seiler.

Tuesday’s auto-generated email response from Seiler indicated that he will be away of the office until Tuesday afternoon. Ms. Mari Nagakusa, the emergency contact, has also been contacted for comment.

It is currently unknown if Zin is still employed by AFC and what safety precautions have been taken to protect its female employees.

Dailymail.com has also reached out to the action line and public affairs office of the base commander for comment.

It is yet unknown how many victims there were in the December 2020 incident, what safeguards the base has taken to prevent a repeat, and whether Zin is still permitted on the facilities.

Vanderberg SFB, opened in 1957 and named for the late General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, second chief of staff of the United States Air Force, is located in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, and was renamed Space Force Installation in May of last year.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX leases the two-pad Space Launch Complex 4 (SLC-4) for launches and landings at Vandenberg, which is situated on over 100,000 acres of terrain best suited for rocket and missile launches.

In 2018, the first of SpaceX’s Starlink communications satellites was launched from Vandenberg, and on October 27, SLC-4 launched a Space X Falcon-9 rocket into orbit.

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