Suspect Indicted on Additional Charges in Peeping Case
By Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney
April 19, 2021

Brian Joe, 41, of Woodbridge, has been indicted on additional charges in the January 30 peeping case which occurred at the Onelife Fitness in Stafford. On April 5, Joe was indicted by a grand jury in Stafford County Circuit Court on fifteen charges of peeping and four charges of breaking and entering.

After a thorough investigation and review of the evidence in this case, it was determined Joe utilized a single-stall bathroom to access the ceiling above the women’s locker room on five dates in January of 2021. Security footage indicates the time lapse between Joe entering and exiting the single-stall bathroom to be at least an hour on four of these days. On the day of his arrest, Joe entered the bathroom at 10:31 a.m. and fell through the ceiling of the women’s locker room at 1:14 p.m. Equipment Joe used to view the victims in the locker room was found inside the ceiling above. Security footage shows multiple women entering the locker room during the dates and times Joe is suspected of being in the ceiling.

Joe remains at the Rappahannock Regional Jail where he is being held without bond

Previously Released on January 31:
The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office has obtained charges in the incident we released yesterday at Onelife Fitness (315 Garrisonville Rod). Brian Anthony Joe, 41, of Woodbridge has been charged with burglary, three counts of peeping or spying into a building and vandalism. He is being held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail. This is still an active investigation.

At 1:16 p.m. on January 30, deputies responded to Onelife Fitness (315 Garrisonville Road) for a report of a man in his 20s falling through the ceiling of the women’s locker room. The suspect fell on a woman below. He was cornered by patrons at the gym until law enforcement arrived. The female was checked for injuries by rescue personnel at the scene, but she was not transported. The suspect fell approximately ten feet and was not injured.