Bucks County couple plead guilty to spiking woman's drink, taking illicit photos of her

Jim Melwert
October 21, 2019 - 12:43 pm
Larry Weinstein and Kelly Drucker

Bucks County District Attorney's Office


WARMINSTER, Pa. (KYW Newsradio) — A former Northampton Township supervisor and his girlfriend have pleaded guilty to charges that they tried to get a woman drunk so they could take naked pictures and videos of her. 

Larry Weinstein, 45, and Kelly Drucker, 46, admitted in court they set out on what they called “the mission”: They planned to get a woman drunk in hopes she would use Drucker’s bathroom, where the couple had a web-based hidden camera pointed at the toilet.

They also used spyglasses — which appear to be normal eyeglasses — equipped with hidden cameras.

Based on prior testimony, that woman thought she was just going out to dinner with a friend. But after a couple margaritas at a restaurant and half a glass of wine back at Drucker’s home, she started to throw up and eventually passed out on Drucker’s bathroom floor.

The wine was spiked with grain alcohol.

The woman woke up without her pants on. She has no memory of what happened after she passed out, but she is referenced in a series of sexually charged text messages between Weinstein and Drucker.

In the texts, Weinstein instructs Drucker to spike the woman's drink and encourages her to lure the woman to Drucker's bathroom.


Drucker’s ex-husband found the illicit photos on Drucker's phone. The pictures were also found on Weinstein's iPad.

Both pleaded guilty to six counts. Weinstein also pleaded no-contest to one count involving photos of a different woman.

They will be sentenced at a later date. They both face the possibility of several years in prison and future registration as sex offenders.

Weinstein also had his law license suspended.