Voyeurism case put off pending medical report
The case involving a 24-yearold man facing several charges in connection to photos being taken in the locker room of a Chatham fitness club was again delayed while a medical report is completed.
There are two publication bans in the case involving Trey Jeffrey Wilson, one barring the publication of evidence presented in court and the other barring identification of alleged victims.
The matter returned to a Chatham court Friday, where duty counsel made a request on behalf of Wilson’s lawyer that the case be put over until Jan. 11, 2019, because a medical report on the accused still has not been received.
The case was previously put over until Friday because a medical report wasn’t ready when the matter was before the court on Nov. 23.
It was also previously indicated there may be a request to have the case transferred to Windsor, but that wasn’t discussed Friday.
According to previously published reports, Wilson is facing 16 counts of voyeurism, four counts of distributing a recording obtained by commission of an offence, and four counts of distributing intimate images, all in connection with alleged incidents in the locker room of a fitness club in Chatham.
Chatham-Kent police previously reported a complaint had been received in May about a man taking photographs using a cellphone in the locker room of GoodLife Fitness, located in the Downtown Chatham Centre.
Police said several complainants were identified after a three-month investigation.