During a search of the condominium unit, the Sheriff's Office said investigators found "video of two people in various stages of undress inside the condo, including the female who filed the report and a male who was also staying in the condo that weekend."
The video also reportedly revealed the suspect, Robert Orr, testing the camera before putting it in the flower pot.
According to the Sheriff's Office, Orr, who is the President of the Las Brisas Condominium Association within the Matanzas Shores Community, turned himself in on Sept. 6.
The owner of the condo, who lives out of state, reportedly told authorities that the unit is usually unoccupied but she allows people to stay there. She also said Orr was allowed to enter the condominium unit to check on its condition, the Sheriff's Office said.
Detectives executed a search warrant for Orr's home, where they found spy cameras and numerous kinds of electronic devices that are being investigated by the Digital Forensics Unit, the Sheriff's Office said.
Orr was reportedly booked into jail for four counts of video voyeurism and was released after posting $20,000 bond.
In a statement, Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said, "This pervert installed video cameras in a condo that he was a caretaker for so that he could view people inside without their knowledge or consent."
He also called it a "disgusting invasion of privacy."