NJ ice cream shop owner convicted of recording underage workers in changing room

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VINELAND -

An ice cream shop owner in Vineland has been convicted of secretly recording female underage workers in an employee changing room at his shop.

A Cumberland County jury on Tuesday convicted Larry Bostic, 67, owner of Cool Breeze Ice Cream on West Landis Avenue.

Bostic was found guilty on five counts of endangering the welfare of a child and invasion of privacy.

According to authorities, police discovered a small hidden camera in the changing room.

The prosecutor says Bostic faces a maximum 10-year prison term on each endangering the welfare of a child count and a maximum of 18 months for each invasion of privacy charge.

Bostic will also have to register as a sex offender.

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