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Police: Man set up secret cameras at Marietta pool, in bathroom

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MARIETTA, Ga. -

A Cobb County man is accused of secretly photographing and recording both children and adults at a pool and in restrooms.   Investigators say William Randolph Cushen, III of Kennesaw set up hidden cameras at both a neighborhood pool and his own home.

According to an arrest warrant, Cushen secretly photographed women at the pool at the Overlook at Marietta Country Club, and in a bathroom at his home on Grey Point Court.  The warrant says Cushen secretly videotaped women, men and children in the bathroom.
    
Cobb County police would not comment about the case, citing its nature and an ongoing investigation.  A spokesman did say that all of this came out of a divorce proceeding.  In fact, the warrant says the crimes were unknown to the police until May and June of this year.
    
According to the Marietta Daily Journal, Cushen is businessman connected to a weight-loss center and seven sandwich shops, one of which is located near Kennesaw State University.
    
Cushen surrendered to authorities Thursday and is now out on bond.

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