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Wayne Co. Man Sentenced on Video Voyeurism Charge in Alabama

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A Wayne County man was sentenced to three years’ probation and a $5,000 fine in a federal charge of video voyeurism stemming from activity at the TVA facility in Colbert County, Alabama.

Lance Woods was charged back in October of 2020 with one count of voyeurism after a woman accused him of installing a motion-activated camera inside an air conditioning vent in the women’s bathroom in the Muscle Shoals facility. According to court documents, 58-year-old Woods pled guilty to putting the camera in the women’s bathroom, where he would secretly record them.

Woods took a binding plea agreement, and with that, there’s an understanding from the government that he will not have to register as a sex offender in Tennessee, where he lives.

Woods said his actions have cost him more than $350,000. He claimed he paid a victim $150,000 and has lost a job in which his salary was more than $110,000 per year.

Woods is also facing a civil lawsuit.

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