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Victims push for Ontario County businessman to remain in prison

Man who ran Tri Running & Walking, who pleaded guilty to child pornography charge, could be paroled this spring

An Ontario County businessman, who admitted to videotaping and recording women and girls as they tried on running gear in a changing room at Tri Running & Walking will have his first parole hearing in March.

Glen Siembor admitted to those crimes in 2015. Brigid Lawler worked evenings at the store and was one of the victims who helped put Siembor in prison.

He was sentenced 5-15 years in prison. And a group of his victims, and their families are advocating for him to stay in prison.

They launched a website to help with messaging. It’s fivetofifteen.org.

“We feel that serving the minimum sentence does not do justice to the more than 57 children and adults who were harmed (by Siembor),” the website says. “The community has a voice, let us be heard.”

Siembor admitted to the surveillance of 33 women, most of them were teens at the time. He pleaded guilty to child pornography and will have to register as a sex offender upon release.

Some of the victims spoke with the Democrat & Chronicle. Check out that story here.



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