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Man who filmed girl at Shelby Township store sentenced to one year in prison – Macomb Daily

A St. Clair Shores man was sentenced to a year in prison and five years probation on Tuesday for filming a teenage girl in a dressing room at a Shelby Township clothing store.

Kristopher Murray, 39, was punished by Macomb County Circuit Judge James Maceroni after pleading uncontested last June to two counts of capturing images of a naked person and using a computer to commit a crime, according to court records. As part of his plea deal, a third charge of surveillance of a naked person was dismissed.

Murray slipped a phone camera under a changing room door on August 25, 2021, while in a changing room next to the girls’ stall at Plato’s Closet in the Shelby Corners shopping center on Hall and Roads roads Schoenherr, police said.

Murray at the time was on probation for an incident in February 2020 at Somerset Mall in Troy where he was caught filming a teenage girl on an escalator. He was sentenced in 2021 to five years probation in Oakland County Circuit Court after pleading to capture an image of a naked person.

The Shelby Township incident was a violation of his probation, and last June he was sentenced to 334 days in jail, with five days credit, according to court records.

In the case of Macomb County, probation conditions include no phone with a cell phone camera, a 25-year-old sex offender registry, no contact with the victim or anyone under 18 year old sex offender therapy.

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