An ex-employee of a Tyler business was indicted on charges related to recording patrons without consent.

Victor Cruz-Castellanos was arrested Feb. 12 for brining a recording device into a business where he worked and recorded people without consent.

He remains in the Smith County Jail on a $100,000 bond.

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An employee at a Tyler business was arrested Saturday for recording patrons without their consent.

According to Don Martin with the Tyler Police Department, Victor Cruz-Castellanos brought a recording device into the business where he worked and recorded people without consent.

He is in the Smith County Jail on a $100,000 bond.

The business is not being identified at this time, pending further investigation.