In addition to Spivey’s incriminating footage, his friend also managed to capture video of Wilson’s entry, having parked nearby to catch him in action.
“I have outside footage and I also have inside camera showing what I caught him doing,” Spivey added. ”It is what it is; I can’t do anything about it. I’m just glad that it’s not happening anymore.”
He initially assumed his wallet would be safer in the car than the gym. ”The only thing I ever took in there was the key. Who would have thought that somebody would go into my locker, get a key out and go in my truck? Especially my trainer.”
Wilson is charged with two counts of burglary of a vehicle.