No Charges in Iola Hidden Camera Case

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

No criminal charges will be filed by the Grimes County Sheriff's office in the hidden camera investigation at Iola.

Sheriff investigators say it appears the camera was concealed in the boys locker room in an effort to stop a rash of property thefts. The school district didn't know about the secret surveillance until a student discovered the camera.

The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney's office for a final review. However, that review won't include the actual locker room footage which was inadvertently taped over during the recording of a football game.


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