Stepfather in social media hacking case faces new charges after hidden camera found

Stepfather in social media hacking case faces new charges after hidden camera found
Bryan Tilley

KEIZER, Ore. – A man accused of hacking into his stepdaughter’s social media accounts faces new charges after a his stepdaughter’s friend discovered a hidden camera in her bedroom, according to Keizer police.

Bryan Duane Tilley faces three new charges, including burglary and attempted invasion of privacy.

Keizer police said a 22-year-old friend of Tilley’s stepdaughter discovered the hidden camera on Sunday.

Investigators said Tilley broke into the victim’s home and placed a camera in her bedroom on Jan. 16, the day before he was arrested by Corvallis police in the social media hacking case.

Keizer detectives continued the investigation after Tilley’s arrest. After examining a flash drive taken from Tilley at the time of his first arrest, detectives arrested Tilley again on three counts of burglary and 17 counts of invasion of privacy in connection with crimes committed in Keizer.

Tilley has been in the Marion County Jail since Jan. 25.