GREENWOOD, Ind. — A former member of the Greenwood Common Council has been charged with voyeurism.
The Johnson Co. Prosecutor filed charges Monday against Brent Corey, 36, following a six-month investigation by Indiana State Police.
A woman who worked for Corey at Sizemore Insurance Agency contacted Greenwood Police in June 2018. She reported finding photos of herself and several other women on a shared computer at the insurance officer.
The woman said the photos showed her, and several other women, using the bathroom or changing clothes at Corey’s lake house in Prince’s Lakes.
It appeared that many of the photos were taken with a hidden camera, according to police.
Police confiscated the computer and found at least four videos featuring nude or partially-nude women, according to court documents.
A more in-depth search of the computer by Indiana State Police revealed more than 20,000 photos and videos, according to court documents.
“A large number of these photos depicted women in a state of undress,” court papers say. “These videos contained depictions indicating they were either filmed in a bathroom or a bedroom. None of the persons depicted… appear to be aware they are being recorded.”
Corey resigned from the Greenwood Common Council in August, saying in his resignation letter that he “no longer live[d] in the City of Greenwood.”
Corey faces one count of felony voyeurism.
His initial court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 21.
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