Man arrested after hidden cameras found
He recorded minor in various stages of dress, police say.
A Beavercreek man has pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges including use of a minor in nudity-oriented material and voyeurism, according to records on file at Greene County Common Pleas Court.
Jack Kenneth Mackenzie, 53, was arrested after police seized multiple computers and devices following a search of his home, according to an Oct. 18 police report.
The complainant in the report told police of finding hidden cameras inside various electronic devices, according to the report.
Thousands of photos and videos are stored on the cameras’ memory cards, and some show a 13-year-old girl in various stages of dress, according to the statement of facts.
A message seeking comment from Mackenzie’s attorney, Robert Hendrix, was not returned.
A day after the search warrant was served, Mackenzie attempted to harm himself and was admitted to the Kettering Medical Center for treatment, according to police.
Mackenzie sent a message to the complainant that morning, in which he threatened to harm himself and included in the message “his last will and testament,” according to the statement of facts.
Mackenzie was arrested at the hospital on Oct. 21 and he is on suicide watch as an inmate in the Greene County Jail in lieu of $20,000 bond.
Jack Kenneth Mackenzie has pleaded not guilty to multiple felonies.