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Man charged for placing hidden camera at Soldotna gym

Alaska State Troopers

Alaska State Troopers said they’ve charged a Kenai man for illegally placing a camera in the bathroom of a Soldotna gym.

Troopers said they received a report from the gym last October that there was a hidden camera in one of its bathrooms. They say after investigating, troopers identified the person responsible as 26-year-old Dallas Pierren.

Troopers charged Pierren on one count of attempted indecent photography and issued him a court summons. They said anyone with more information about the case should contact the Troopers’ Soldotna office.

You can find the original story here.

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Sabine Poux is a freelance reporter based in Homer. She was formerly news director and evening news host at KDLL in Kenai.

Originally from New York, Sabine has lived and reported in Argentina and Vermont, where she fell in love with local news. She covers all things Kenai Peninsula, but is especially interested in stories related to energy and fishing. She'd love to hear your ideas at
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