Man faces more charges after allegedly videotaping minors in Wrigley Field bathroom

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CHICAGO — Prosecutors have added more charges against a convicted sex offender after he allegedly taped minors using the restrooms at Wrigley Field.

According to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, Nichols Gregor, 37, of Villa Park, was charged Tuesday with unauthorized video recording. Gregor is a convicted sex offender who was previously charged with child pornography in DuPage County in 2010.

According to the Chicago Police Department, Gregor was charged Monday with sexual exploitation of a child in the incident.

Gregor was arrested on Saturday at Wrigley Field after he allegedly stood next to a boy and pretended to urinate but instead took out a camera. He was stopped when a witness in the bathroom noticed him pointing an object at the boy’s genitals.

According to prosecutors, officers recovered electronics from Greg, which included a recording device that had footage of multiple males using the urinals, “some of whom appear to be under 18 years of age.”

Gregor is being held without bail.

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