The owner of the Dutch Hollow Medical Day Spa in Godfrey and her husband have been indicted by a Madison County Grand Jury after recording devices were allegedly found in their salon in September of last year. 55-year-old Miroslawn (Mirka) N. Figueroa and her husband, 65-year-old Dr. Samuel P. Figueroa, both of Alton, were both indicted on counts of Unauthorized Video Recording and Live Video Transmission.
The alleged installer of the cameras, 53-year-old Ronald E. Riddlespriger of Godfrey, who owns Hi-Tech Security Systems, has also been indicted on the same charge. In addition to those misdemeanor counts, Madison County State's Attorney Tom Gibbons tells The Big Z Samuel Figueroa is charged with a felony count of Unauthorized Video Recording and Live Video Transmission.
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It is alleged a concealed camera was found in a room used by Mirka Figueroa after the Madison County Sheriff's Department received an anonymous tip. No pictures or videos were found during the investigation, according to the Madison County State's Attorney. The Grand Jury handed down the indictments Thursday. All three are expected to turn themselves in to the Madison County Jail in Edwardsville.