A Buffalo man pleaded guilty Wednesday before State Supreme Justice M. William Boller to secretly videotaping female relatives in private situations.
Zoltan Polony, 32, who videotaped the women over a number of years, pleaded guilty to second-degree unlawful surveillance, an E felony, authorities said. Recently, one of the victims glanced at Polony’s computer and noticed the images, according to the Buffalo Police Sex Offense Squad Detective Mark Costantino, who worked on the case with Carol Weigand, an investigator with the district attorney. Prosecuting the case was Assistant District Attorney Lynette Reda.
Polony is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 16.