A woman camping at Hartman Creek State Park told police a man shot photos of her mother while she was in the shower facility.
Brian S. Henninger, 44, Neenah, is charged with capturing an intimate photo without permission and two counts of invasion of privacy.
On Saturday morning, June 18, Deputy Pete Bosquez met with a woman at the Hartman Creek ranger station. She said she had been inside her camper, changing her clothes, when she noticed a man standing outside a pickup truck, watching her through a partially open window.
His campsite was located about 25 yards from the camper.
She said the man later stared through the camper’s window at her mother while she was changing her clothes.
When her mother then went to the campground’s nearby shower and bathroom facility, the man allegedly waited about 10 minutes, walked from his campsite to the facility and shot some photos.
According to the criminal complaint, Henninger admitted to looking through the camper’s window for 15-30 seconds. He denied seeing anyone through the window of the shower facility.
If convicted of capturing an intimate photo without permission, Henninger faces up to 3 1/2 years in prison.