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Columbus man arrested for voyeurism, filming massages with hidden camera

Troopers from the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post arrested a Columbus man on a felony charge of voyeurism after an investigation was initiated early Wednesday morning.


The investigation by state police detectives indicated that Jason Correll, 49, allegedly hid a video recording device in a room in his residence on Pippin Court South where his wife operated a massage therapy business.  The camera captured video of clients who had come to the residence to receive a massage.  The investigation determined that Correll's wife was unaware of the recordings.


Troopers served a search warrant at the residence yesterday afternoon where evidence was located and collected.


Jason Correll was arrested on one count of Voyeurism, Level 6 Felony.  He was transported to the Bartholomew County Jail where he then posted bond and was released.


The investigation is ongoing.  More charges are possible.


Anyone who received a massage at a residence on Pippin Court South in Columbus, Indiana and feels they may possibly be a victim is urged to contact Indiana State Police Detective Jason Duncan at (812)689-5000.