X-ray tech accused of voyeurism was storing Willard Mercy medical records

Cary Ashby reports:

A Willard rental unit company found various Mercy Willard Hospital records being stored by a former ultrasound technician accused of voyeurism and child pornography at a Tiffin facility.

However, Mercy CEO and President Lynn Detterman said there was nothing considered suspicious, pornographic or of a criminal nature in the storage unit once rented by Willard resident Jamie Aguirre.


In the vehicle, Brimfield Township police said they found video equipment and digital memory cards containing about 200 photographs and roughly 30 videos taken during procedures at Advanced Medical Imaging, where Aguirre worked for nearly two years. That led to a search of his Holiday Lakes, Willard, residence.

The rental unit company notified Mercy officials that Aguirre hadn’t been paying his rent, Detterman said. She said the company discovered the Mercy records 12 images, radiology registration forms, schedules, written reports “and a few internal memos that he kept and that’s it” when they opened the unit to rent it to another customer. Some of the documents contained patients’ personal information, including Social Security numbers.

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