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 March 13, 2012  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

If Kashmir Hill wasn’t on vacation, she’d probably have a field day with this one.

Kristen Doerschner reports:

A Raccoon Township man was charged after police said he hid a listening device under his wife’s bed in an attempt to catch her having an affair.

Suzanne Cripe, no age given, of 111 Grays Lane, contacted police Feb. 20 and said she had found a “transmitter device” under her bed, according to a township police report. She told police she thought the device had been placed there by her husband, Wayne Comet Cripe, 66, also of 111 Grays Lane.

The Cripes “have been separated for some time,” and were still sharing a house, but they had separate bedrooms, the police report said.
When police made contact with Wayne Cripe he said, “I guess she found the transmitter,” before police even asked him any questions, the report said.

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