Man ar­rested after hid­den cam­eras found

He recorded mi­nor in var­i­ous stages of dress, po­lice say.

Dayton Daily News - - LOCAL & STATE - By Richard Wil­son Staff Writer Con­tact this re­porter at 937-225-6985 or email Richard.Wil­son@cox­

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.

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