Courtesy of the state Capitol Police
The son of a Waterbury lawmaker was charged Tuesday with voyeurism, disorderly conduct, and making a false statement to state Capitol Police.

Victor Cuevas, 28, was arrested after state Capitol Police received a complaint “that a male had taken a clandestine photograph of a female victim.”

According to a police press release, Cuevas was identified as the male responsible for the photography. Cuevas, whose father is state Rep. Victor Cuevas, D-Waterbury, has been working for the Senate Democratic caucus in their mailroom.

Attempts to reach both father and son were unsuccessful.

All four caucuses were notified of the arrest.

“This afternoon the caucus was informed by Capitol Police of an incident involving Mr. Cuevas,” Adam Joseph, a spokesman for the Senate Democratic caucus, said Tuesday evening. “As a result he is no longer an employee of the caucus.”

Cuevas was released on a $1,500 non-surety bond and is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 25.