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Man convicted for filming women in dressing rooms

Posted: 3:12 PM, Sep 26, 2018
Updated: 2018-09-26 20:12:30Z
Man convicted for filming women in dressing rooms

Court documents show that a Tulsa man was convicted for filming women undressing in dressing rooms.

Police said Saudi Kasim Lanear pled guilty to peeping tom charges Tuesday.

Court documents say Lanear filmed women undressing in a Broken Arrow business in October 2017 without their consent.

According to court documents, a witness came across Lanear's phone in a parking lot and found the videos on the unlocked phone.

The witness turned the phone into police and after a search warrant was issued for the phone, police found the recordings, court documents said.

Court documents said Lanear was sentenced to eight years, with the first two years to be served in custody on the first count.

On the second count, Lanear was sentenced to eight years, with the first two years to be served in custody, court documents stated.

All counts will run concurrently, court documents said.

Court documents said the remaining six years will be suspended on both counts.

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