Atlanta Motor Speedway exec caught peeping into neighbor's daughter's room, police say

Race car drivers speeding into turn one during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on February 25, 2018 in Hampton, Georgia. Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

HAMPTON, Ga. — The vice president of finance for Atlanta Motor Speedway was arrested for allegedly peeping into his neighbor's daughter's room and recording it on his phone, WSB-TV reported.

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Scott Warshaw, the homeowner, told WSB he can’t believe what police said happened when they arrested Michael Bruner.

Warshaw’s Eagle’s Landing neighbor called Henry County police Monday morning after seeing a man dressed in black wearing a ski mask peeping in the window, the news station reported. The neighbor then called Warshaw.

“The neighbor called us and said, ‘I have called the police. I just got off the phone and they’re here. I’ve been watching this guy for 30 or 40 minutes peeping in your daughter’s room,’” Warshaw said.

Warshaw said police had to wrestle the phone away from Bruner, WSB reported.

“When they pulled that ski mask off and pulled the hoodie back, and I saw it was Mike Bruner — I mean, my wife and I almost died,” Warshaw said. “We couldn’t believe it. I’m still in shock.”

A spokesman for AMS told the news station they wouldn’t comment until they find out more about the allegations. Bruner, who has lived in the neighborhood for more than a decade, couldn’t be reached for comment.

According to his LinkedIn page, Bruner has worked for AMS since 1989.

He bonded out of jail and faces charges of being a peeping Tom, criminal trespass and obstruction of an officer, WSB reported.