Man charged for allegedly taking photos of people in tanning booth at Marysville gym

A Port Huron Township man was arrested after allegedly filming women in a tanning booth at a local business.

A Port Huron Township man was charged with three felonies after allegedly taking photographs of multiple victims in a tanning booth at the Marysville Viking Fitness.

Corey Normandin, 32, was arranged on Aug. 28 on capturing/distributing an image of an unclothed person, surveillance of an unclothed person, using computers to commit a crime and a habitual offender enhancement, according to court records.

On Aug. 23, the Marysville Police Department received a complaint of a man taking photographs of a person in a tanning booth at the gym. Officers arrived on scene and quickly identified a suspect through witness statements and surveillance videos, according to the Marysville Police Department.

A multi-jurisdictional major crimes task force was ued to assist with the investigation, warrants and obtaining evidence.

On Aug. 25, a search warrant was executed at home in Port Huron Township, where the suspect was taken into custody and evidence was obtained, police said.

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