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Spokane man faces voyeurism charge in Post Falls

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POST FALLS, Idaho - A Spokane man faces a charge of video voyeurism after he was busted sliding a phone under a changing room door in a Walmart in Post Falls, Idaho.


33-year-old Mikhail Marshalkin admitted to the crime when he was brought in for questioning following a call for tips on social media sites. When police responded to Marshalkin's house, they recognized his distinctive truck, which was caught on Walmart surveillance video.  


The incident happened on February 7 and involved a mother and her 10-year-old daughter. It is unclear whether any video was captured. Post Falls Police said they did not find any video on his phone when they searched it, but said Marshalkin told them he doesn't keep any of the video he gets.


Capt. Greg McLean says he has not arrested yet, and that police will be working with the prosecutor on filing charges. The pending charge will likely result in an arrest.



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