Randy Kent Kelley will be serving ten years in prison for being a peeping tom by using photographic and electronic equipment to look at people using tanning beds.
Kelley, Henryetta, was sentenced to two, five-year terms after he entered a blind plea of guilty in district court.
In announcing the sentences, Judge Kenneth Adair said each of the two counts would bring a five year sentence and would be running one after the other.
Charges stemmed from a 2016 investigation where Kelley was accused of placing camera devices in private tanning bedrooms at a local fitness business. He was said to have recorded customers who were disrobing in order to use the tanning beds.
“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. “Those choices had consequences which he must now face.”