Fairfield Twp. man pleads guilty to voyeurism

A Fairfield Twp. man has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge after he was arrested in January for recording video with a camera that he secretly held under a teen’s skirt at a JC Penney department store in Colerain Twp.

Jonathan Hazelwood, 28, entered the guilty plea to a single count of voyeurism Tuesday in Hamilton County Municipal Court. The third-degree misdemeanor carries a possible sentence of up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine. Sentencing is scheduled for April 8 by Judge Dwane Mallory.

According to police, Hazelwood followed the 13-year-old girl around the store, located in the 3600 block of Stone Creek Boulevard, while she shopped in the shoe department.

Without her knowing, police said Hazelwood photographed underneath the girl’s skirt, invading her privacy.

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