Evidence collected in Acworth gave authorities enough cause to arrest the landlord of the Salon Aveune Suites in Northeast Cobb.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Justin Ove
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The Cobb County Police Department arrested the landlord of a Northeast Cobb salon after evidence uncovered at another salon owned by the man gave authorities cause to press charges. Mark Allen Storch, 54, was arrested at the Acworth location of Salon Avenue Suites on Aug. 10. He has been charged on three counts of felony unlawful eavesdropping or surveillance. He is currently being held in the Cobb Adult Detention Center without bond. According to Cobb County Police Sgt. Dana Pierce, investigators at the premises in Acworth discovered "electronic recording devices." A similar device was discovered in a suite in the Northeast Cobb business on July 27. Authorities are not releasing the nature of the evidence discovered, but say it was enough…
Cobb County Police are investigating the discovery of a recording device at the Salon Avenue Suites.
Update (Aug. 12, 12:00pm) Cobb County police have arrested the owner of the Salon Avenue Suites and charged him with unlawful surveillance. According to WSB-TV, police identified the landlord of the spa as Mark Allen Storch. During the initial investigations in July, police seized Storch's Porsche SUV as evidence. Original Story: Cobb County Police are continuing their investigation into the placement of a recording device in a private room of a Northeast Cobb salon. The camera was discovered in a light in Suite 110 of the Salon Avenue Suites on Sandy Plains Road in Marietta, according to Cobb County Police Sgt. Dana Pierce. According to 11 Alive News, women typically received Brazilian wax treatments within the suite in question. It is …