GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is trying to determine if an athletic trainer facing felony charges committed any crimes at a high school where he also worked.

Justin Greenlaw, 27, of Grand Rapids is expected to be formally charged Thursday with two counts of capturing/distributing the image of an unclothed person and two counts of using a computer to commit a crime.

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.

Police said 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, police say. The sheriff’s department has taken over that part of the investigation.

Greenlaw was arrested but released from the Kent County Jail on July 16. He remains free on $50,000 bond.**Correction: Citing information from Grand Rapids police, an earlier version of this article described Greenlaw as a physical therapist. He is actually licensed as an athletic trainer in the state of Michigan, not as a physical therapist.