Bryan Tilley

Bryan Duane Tilley

A Keizer man arrested in Corvallis on Jan. 17 was arrested on separate charges by the Keizer Police Department a week later for taking hidden video of female family members.

Bryan Duane Tilley of 890 Cater Court North in Keizer was arrested on Jan. 17 by the Corvallis Police Department due to allegations Tilley, 51, hacked his 22-year-old stepdaughter’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. The stepdaughter is a student at Oregon State University.

When he was arrested in Corvallis, Tilley had a USB flash drive that was seized. The Corvallis officer secured a search warrant and got assistance from detective Ben Howden from KPD, a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner.

Howden searched the flash drive on Jan. 23 and found numerous videos with hidden camera video recordings of three females at different locations, inside bathrooms and bedrooms of private residences. Apparently unbeknownst to the females, the hidden cameras captured them in various states of undress.

Two of the female victims are adults, while one is a minor female. Each was known personally by Tilley.

More investigation showed Tilley illegally entered at least one home, without permission, to place a concealed camera to record the female homeowner. The unlawful recordings of the three victims took place between May and September 2013.

On Jan. 24, Tilley was arrested without incident by KPD detectives at the Taylor Park Campground in Lyons. Tilley was charged with three counts of first degree burglary and 17 counts of invasion of personal privacy. The crimes are alleged to have happened in Keizer.

Invasion of personal privacy occurs if the person knowingly makes or records a photograph, motion picture, videotape or other visual recording of another person in a state of nudity without the consent of the person being recorded; and at the time the visual recording is made or recorded the person being recorded is in a place and circumstances where the person has a reasonable expectation of personal privacy.

Tilley was lodged at Marion County Correctional Facility on Jan. 25 with bail set at $205,000. He was arraigned on the charges Jan. 27, with bail increased to $585,000.

The investigation is ongoing and investigators are continuing to analyze additional evidence that has been seized pursuant to search warrants. The KPD is asking for the public’s help in identifying any additional potential victims.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Howden at 503-390-3713 Ext. 3525 or by e-mail at Please reference Keizer Police Department Incident #14-0702.