(MARQUETTE, MI.)–The Iron Mountain man accused of placing video cameras in several Kingsford homes and recording unclothed people waived his arraignment earlier this week Circuit Court. asked that not guilty pleas be entered on his behalf. The waiver means 46-year-old Scott Grubb and his defense attorney, were not required to appear in court in person. Grubb is now attending a treatment program in another state. Grubb faces home invasion-second degree, a 15-year felony; three counts of using computers to commit a crime, a seven-year felony; and three counts of capturing or distributing the image of an unclothed person, a five-year felony. Grubb admitted to Kingsford Public Safety officers he has had a pornography addiction for most of his life. Officers confiscated a hard drive, iPhones, iPads and a laptop computer into evidence and turned them over to the Michigan State Police crime lab personnel.