Rams Head Owner Charged with Videotaping Women in Tavern Bathroom

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Kyle Muehlhauser (Howard County booking photo)
Kyle Muehlhauser (Howard County booking photo)

Howard County authorities charged the president of the Rams Head Group with videotaping women in the bathroom at one of the company’s nightlife properties.

Kyle Muehlhauser, 37, of Severna Park, is accused of recording six women at Rams Head Tavern in Savage. He turned himself in to police, and was released on $35,000 bond.

Police were alerted to the videotaping in May, 2014. A woman said she was in the bathroom at Rams Head Tavern, when a digital video camera fell on the floor next to her. Police reviewed the tape, and found pictures of six other women. Through surveillance video and DNA testing, Muehlhauser was identified as the man placing the camera in the bathroom.

Rams Head Group operates seven bars and live music venues, including Baltimore’s Rams Head Live and Pier Six Pavilion.¬†Howard County police say they are notifying other departments in the area of the arrest.



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