Gresham man arrested for invasion of privacy
Gresham Police arrested a Gresham man who was allegedly intentionally walking in on women using the restroom in a Gresham bar in late April.
Matthew Raymond Dziewiontkoski, 57, was arrested for invasion of privacy, Gresham Police said. They believe there may be more victims that have not yet contacted police.
Police spokesman John Rasmussen declined to name the bar where Dziewiontkoski allegedly entered the occupied restroom multiple times on Monday, April 25, around 11:45 p.m.
The bar has a unisex bathroom with a faulty door and Dziewiontkoski exploited the fault in the door to gain access to the bathroom and view women in various states of undress, the police announcement said. Dziewiontkoski was identified by other bar patrons that night, the police said.
On Monday, June 6, Dziewiontkoski was interviewed and subsequently arrested for one count of invasion of privacy, a class A misdemeanor, police said.
He was lodged at Multnomah County Detention Center and held on $2,500 bail.
Police believe there may have been additional victims at the bar the night of this incident and would like to speak with anyone else who has not yet filed a police report. Detective Adam Wright is the lead investigator in this case and he can be reached at 503-618-2233.