HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – A 28-year-old Morris County man was charged Tuesday with several counts of invasion of privacy in Hackettstown, according to police.
On March 1, Hackettstown Police Detective Christopher Spiegler and the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office began an investigation into several alleged complaints of invasion of privacy, police said.
Through a police investigation, it was determined that Zachary Chambers, 28, of Flanders, NJ took nude images off of a female’s electronic device on or after October 2019 and reproduced the content onto his personal device and Google accounts, police said.
It was also revealed that Chambers digitally recorded a second female in her residence without her knowledge while she was nude, police said.
Chambers also took photographs off a third female’s phone during the months of January and February of 2021, which showed her in undergarments, without her knowledge or consent and transferred the photographs to his phone and Google accounts, police said.
Chambers knew the three female victims, police said.
Chambers was charged with two counts of third-degree invasion of privacy and one count of fourth-degree invasion of privacy. Chambers turned himself into the Warren County Correctional Facility on May 25 and was lodged pending his first court appearance, police said.