An Okmulgee man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to two counts of Peeping Tom with the use of photographic equipment.
Randy Kent Kelley was charged with placing a camera in private tanning bed rooms at an Okmulgee fitness business. The cameras captured and recorded people who took off some or all of their clothes to tan, a news release from the Okmulgee County District Attorney's Office states.
"Mr. Kelley made a conscious choice to take actions and place electronic devices in areas that people believed were secure and safe and private," said District Attorney Rob Barris.
"The images obtained of females in those areas victimized them and invaded their privacy."
Judge Kenneth Adair sentenced Kelley to two five-year terms to be served consecutively. The DA thanked Police Chief Joe Prentice and the Okmulgee Police for doing a great job of investigating the case and being respectful of the persons involved.