Tanning voyeur pleads PDF Print E-mail
Written by PETER KUEBECK Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 29 August 2013 10:28
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Casey T. Miller
Admitting a sex addiction, a Pemberville man accused of watching women in tanning booths in three area cities pleaded no contest to voyeurism in Bowling Green Municipal Court Wednesday afternoon.
Casey T. Miller, 26, who was already convicted of voyeurism this month in Fremont, appeared before Municipal Court Judge Mark Reddin.
Miller was arrested on May 28 by Bowling Green Police and charged with three counts of voyeurism for allegedly placing his cell phone on the top of a tanning bed to view those using it.
In addressing the court, Miller said that he was "extremely remorseful" and noted "collateral consequences" to his actions as the result of his behavior, including the termination of employment and the loss of relationships.
"Throughout all this I've realized I have an addiction to sex," he said. He is attending Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings currently.
As part of a plea deal, Reddin dismissed two of the voyeurism counts and sentenced Miller to a suspended sentence of 90 days in jail, and a $750 fine. He is to pay $250 of the fine.
He must also register as a Tier 1 Sex Offender for 15 years, and complete a mental health program.
Miller was convicted of voyeurism earlier this month in a jury trial held Aug. 8 in Fremont Municipal Court in a case which also involved watching the users in tanning beds.
He was sentenced to serve 10 days in jail and 30 days on electronic home monitoring in that case, and to pay fines and fees amounting to more than $600, in addition to other costs.
He also must register as a sex offender and must complete adult male sex offender treatment.
A third similar case is additionally pending in Findlay, in which Miller is charged with 12 counts of voyeurism involving tanning beds. A pretrial hearing took place on Tuesday, and a plea is reportedly scheduled for Nov. 11.
 

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