A local priest is now identified as a sex offender, after he pled guilty to unlawful surveillance after recording video in a changing room of a Salvation Army store.
Albany County District Attorney David Soares says 35-year-old Adam Egan of Bethlehem tried to record a video of a person in a changing room in the Colonie store this past December. Police say Egan left and tried to delete the video after the person he was recording saw the camera.
Colonie police arrested him after that 911 call.
Egan is a former pastor at Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church in Delmar. He faces three years' probation and will be listed as a sex offender. He'll be sentenced in July.