Janitor who put hidden cameras in businesses to appear in court - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

Janitor who put hidden cameras in businesses to appear in court today. Isolated storms expected by afternoon.

(Source: Madison Co. Metro Jail) (Source: Madison Co. Metro Jail)

Good morning! Here are some things to keep your eye on for the rest of the day:

Janitor expected to appear in federal court today to find out sentencing.

A janitor who put hidden cameras in multiple businesses in Huntsville is expected to find out how long he'll spend in prison today.

Jeremy Nelson is expected to be sentenced in federal court. Court documents show an investigation report recommends a 180 year sentence. 

Nelson pleaded guilty back in February to four counts of sexual exploitation of a child, two counts of possession of child pornography and a single count of distribution of child pornography.

Investigators say he put hidden cameras in bathrooms and dressing rooms at multiple Huntsville Businesses.

Those businesses included a local television station and a dance studio.

Investigators say at the time Nelson was working as a janitor and gained access to the businesses through his job.

Tune in to WAFF News at Noon for more.

Temperatures should warm up quickly, and we're in store for another muggy day.

Readings will be into the upper 80s by midday with highs into the lower 90s. Isolated storms may pop up this afternoon, but it won't be as active of a weather day as yesterday.

With more of us staying dry, we should see fewer clouds compared to yesterday as well. Skies will be mainly clear into tonight, and lows will drop into the upper 60s.

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