Gary Ernest Brady, a Duncan man, received a 10 year sentence after entering a guilty plea in a Comanche County courtroom on Sept. 11 regarding a case where he hid a small camera and recorded two individuals.
Charges against Brady included procuring lewd or indecent photos and videos and Peeping Tom with photographic or electronic equipment, according to Oklahoma Supreme Court Network. Affidavits show Brady hid a camera inside a USB device and obtained media of the minor and her mother both in the bedroom and in the bathroom. Charges were filed against Brady in April 2019.
Comanche County Judge Emmit Tayloe handed Brady a conviction of 20 years, with 10 suspended for the first charge of procuring lewd photos or videos. Of the 10 years he is set to serve, Brady must complete at least 85 percent before becoming eligible for probation and parole.
The peeping tom charge against Brady also brought a sentencing of five years with Department of Corrections, however the time will run concurrently with the first charge.
Conditions of sentencing from Judge Tayloe include Brady must register as a sex offender, pay a $1,000 fine and court costs and remain under Department of Correction supervision for two years upon his release.