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Telegraph Herald (Dubuque, IA)

A Dubuque man accused of recording a woman changing in a gym locker room has pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree harassment.

Cody J. Brehm, 33, of 2048 Golden Eagle Drive, entered his plea last week in Dubuque District Court. Brehm originally was charged with invasion of privacy after the incidents in October and November. As part of a plea deal, Brehm will not have to register as a sex offender, and he will be placed on one year of probation. A 90-day jail sentence would be suspended in full.

According to a criminal complaint, a woman reported she first saw a hand holding a smartphone through a curtain separating the coed sauna from the women's locker room at The Gym, 1097 Elm St., in October, but the man fled before she could identify him. Surveillance footage showed a man identified as Brehm enter and walk out of the men's locker room, which also is adjacent to the coed sauna, at the time of the incident, the complaint states.

The complaint states in November the woman saw Brehm enter the locker room area at the same time she did, and she waited by the curtain divider and pulled it back when she saw a hand with a camera reach through.

 

July 2, 2014

 

 
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