GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — An athletic trainer who was arrested after police received complaints from clients that he was acting inappropriately is now facing felony charges.
Justin Greenlaw, 27, of Grand Rapids was charged Thursday in 61st District Court in Grand Rapids with two counts of using a computer to commit a crime and two counts of capturing/distributing the image of an unclothed person.
Greenlaw worked for Spectrum Health and was privately contracted by companies, according to Grand Rapids police. Officers say the charges stem from complaints by two Display Pack employees who said Greenlaw acted inappropriately during their sessions with him.
Authorities say they found “numerous” electronic devices inside Greenlaw’s home and vehicle during a court-approved search.
Greenlaw was also contracted out by Kent City High School as its athletic trainer for the past three years, according to police. The sheriff’s department is in charge of that part of the investigation.
He is free on $50,000 bond and scheduled to be back in court on Aug 2.