St. Paul hotel clerk charged with recording guests having sex

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By Alysha Bohanon

A St. Paul hotel desk clerk faces two counts of interference with privacy after allegedly audio recording guests having sex, news sources report.

Jeremiah Caleb Marg, 28, of Burnsville, a clerk at the 340 Hotel at 340 Cedar St. in St. Paul allegedly placed an audio recording device first near the bathtub and later the bed of the room a newlywed couple was staying in on Dec. 28, according to the Pioneer Press.

The couple spotted the device under the door and discovered it had recorded them having sex, as well as other couples previously, and called police, the Pioneer Press reported.

A search of Marg's laptop revealed audio files of unknown couples having sex as well as the defendant's voice testing the recording. There was also an audio/video file of the device being placed beneath the door of a room, according to the Pioneer Press.

Marg has a previous conviction in Wisconsin for showing sexual material to two girls in 2002, the Star Tribune reported.

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