Voyeurism case mov­ing for­ward

The Chatham Daily News - - NEWS -

Some progress is be­ing made in the case of a man fac­ing sev­eral charges in con­nec­tion to pho­tos be­ing taken in the locker room of a Chatham fit­ness club.

The mat­ter re­turned briefly to Chatham court Fri­day to set the date for Trey Jef­frey Wil­son’s judicial pre-trial on Feb. 25.

Af­ter­wards, the case is sched­uled to re­turn to a Chatham court on March 5.

The case had been de­layed while await­ing a med­i­cal re­port on the ac­cused.

There are two pub­li­ca­tion bans in the case in­volv­ing Wil­son, one bar­ring the pub­li­ca­tion of ev­i­dence pre­sented in court and the other bar­ring iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of al­leged vic­tims.

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 2018 about a man tak­ing pho­to­graphs us­ing a cell­phone in the locker room of GoodLife Fit­ness, pre­vi­ously lo­cated in the Down­town Chatham Cen­tre.

Po­lice said sev­eral com­plainants were iden­ti­fied after a three-month in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

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