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Kendall County man accused of hiding camera in Comfort rental cabin

todayNovember 24, 2021

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KENDALL COUNTY, Texas — The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday that a bed and breakfast cabin operator in Comfort has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of Invasive Visual Recording.

A Jay Allee, who police say operates Cielito Lindo Bed and Breakfast Cabin Rental in Comfort, is accused of secretly videotaping guests staying at his cabin for over a year, according to the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office.

A guest staying at the cabin reported finding a hidden camera in the master bathroom of the cabin and reported the incident to the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office in July.

KCSO says that their Criminal Investigations Division began an investigation that ultimately recovered evidence indicating that Allee invasively recorded victims dating back to at least May 2020.

Allee was arrested Saturday, November 20, 2021, and charged with four counts of Invasive Visual Recording, a felony offense in the state of Texas, after investigators say that they were able to identify at least four victims. He has since been released after posting a $600,000 bail.

The investigation is ongoing and the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office says that they expect more charges against Allee as they work to identify additional victims.

Anyone who has any information or who may have stayed at Cielito Lindo Rental Cabin between May 2020, and July 2021, is encouraged to contact Lt. Butch Matjeka with the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division by calling 830-331-8836.


Written by: Mikaela

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