Amanda Guerra, NBC 5 News
The owner of a Frisco tanning salon who is accused of trying to watch two teenage girls undress in his business says the allegations are untrue.
Frisco police have arrested a tanning salon they say tried to spy on two girls while they undressed inside his salon.
Officers arrested Justin Rawlind Bracken, 40, at the Celebrity Tan and Boutique in Frisco on Tuesday.
Officers said two teenage girls, one of them a minor, came forward on two separate occasions and said Bracken tried to watch them undress.
Frisco police noted in their warrants that there had been "numerous reports over the past year from the same location and that the owner had been previously indentified as Justin Rawlind Bracken."
The warrants also noted that Bracken was arrested for "Lewdness/Voyeurism, Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct in St. George, Utah, after he was found looking into residential windows and masturbating" in May of 2003.
After bonding out of jail, Bracken was back at work on Tuesday. He told NBC 5 the allegations against him are untrue.
"I mean, this is a safe, positive environment," Bracken said. "These incidents are not happening here."
"We just want to let the people of Frisco and surrounding areas know that Celebrity Tan and Boutique is a safe place to be, a safe place to come," he said.
Frisco police said investigators believe there may be additional victims who have not come forward to report their encounter. Police are urging anyone with information about the case to contact the department immediately.