Columbus man arrested for voyeurism

first_imgColumbus, IN — On Wednesday, Troopers from the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post arrested a Columbus man on a felony charge of voyeurism after an investigation was initiated early that morning.The investigation by state police detectives indicated that Jason Correll, 49, of Columbus, allegedly hid a video recording device in a room in his residence on Pippin Court South where his wife operates a massage therapy business. The camera captured video recordings of clients who had come to the residence to receive a massage. The investigation determined that Correll’s wife was unaware of the recordings. The investigation is ongoing and more charges are possible.Jason Correll was arrested on an allegation of Voyeurism and was transported to the Bartholomew County Jail where he then posted bond and was released.Anyone who received a massage at a residence on Pippin Court South in Columbus and feels they may possibly be a victim is urged to contact Indiana State Police Detective Jason Duncan at (812)689-5000.last_img

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