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Man accused of setting up hidden camera in Oro Valley Gaslight dressing room

Kalan Hively (Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Kalan Hively (Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Catalina man is facing multiple felony charges after sneakily filming women in a dressing room where he once worked.

It all started when SD cards were found by Gaslight Music Hall management.

Oro Valley Police told Tucson News Now the man appeared in some of the images on the card.

33-year-old Kalan Hively is accused of setting up a camera in the Gaslight Music Hall's women's dressing room.

He was let go from his job at the venue and arrested by police on Tuesday, the same day the SD cards were found.

He now faces multiple felony charges for recording women undressing. Those charges include one count of voyeurism and four counts of surreptitious recording.

TNN reached out to the Gaslight for comment and were told by an employee that no one would be willing to speak with us, and management never
returned our phone call.

At this time, Oro Valley Police believe there are five victims.

Any other potential victims are asked to contact the Oro Valley Police Department.

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