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Police seize items in Springfield spying case

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SPRINGFIELD, Ore. -- Police have seized more than 100 items from the home of a Springfield man accused of using a hidden video camera to spy on a young girl whose family lives next door to him.
The Register-Guard newspaper reported that investigators collected the items Thursday while serving a search warrant at the home of Dana Bishop.
Police arrested the 63-year-old man earlier this month and said they subsequently seized his camera system and several letters that mentioned the victim.
The retired Air Force veteran faces 45 misdemeanor charges alleging he invaded the girl's privacy. Bishop is being held without bail in the Springfield jail.

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