Landlord accused of videotaping at spa
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August 14, 2012 11:25 AM | 2914 views | 3 3 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print

MARIETTA — A Marietta man is accused of illegally videotaping women in two businesses he operated.

A woman called police on July 27 after noticing a video camera in the ceiling of a treatment room at Salon Avenue Suites, located at 2550 Sandy Plains Road, Suite 155, near the intersection with Piedmont Road. Police found the camera, which was attached to a cable that lead to a storage room.

Based on evidence found at that business, police investigated a second location with the same name, located at 3102 Loring Road, Suite 160, in Acworth, where they found a camera in the women’s restroom.

Police arrested Mark Allen Storch, 54, of Marietta, on three counts of unlawful surveillance. He is being held without bond at the Cobb County Jail.

Police are asking anyone who may have used the women’s restroom at the Acworth location in July to call (770) 499-3945.

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August 16, 2012
Read the FIRST SENTENCE of the above MDJ article.

"He operated the two businesses."

No matter "how can he own it" says, this Dude is headed back to prison. Probably for a long while..

Goood Ridddance Scum.
August 14, 2012
All the news media reported the "businessman" was a convicted sex offender.

What was he doing operating a business that delt excluse with females. Should there have been some "oversight and prevention" preventing a sex felon from owning a business that delt with only women in a personal atmosphere ??? Do felons get to own spas and other businesses!
August 16, 2012
"How he can own it"

1 The business is in his wife's name

2 there are different levels of sex offerenders and depending on the crime the have different levels of limitations

3 the salons are not only females

4 he is just a landlord to individuals salon/spa owners, that never personally deals with the clients.

My opinion is not reflected it this, these are facts!

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