Former BV Bomber Manager Accused of Illegally Videotaping Employees

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A former manager of the Brazos Valley Bombers is behind bars, accused of secretly video taping several of his female employees while they were changing.

Kfir Jackson, 32, was arrested Friday. He is charged with five counts of improper photography or visual recording.

According to Bryan police, Jackson asked several female employees to change into some uniforms he was considering them wearing for their job. The victims became suspicious they were being videotaped and called police.

Bryan police say on Wednesday, the Criminal Investigation Division executed a search warrant at 405 Mitchell St. in Bryan. That's listed as the Brazos Valley Bombers' office. Several electronic items including computers were seized. These items were forensically analyzed at the Bryan Police Department. Images found on the hard drive of one of Jackson's computers were consistent with the victims account.

According to an email from Uri Geva, the owner of the Brazos Valley Bombers, Jackson has voluntarily stepped down from his role in day-to-day management of the bombers as he attends to these matters.

Geva said that the organization will remain in good hands.

Uri Geva also released this statement Friday night, "In regards to Mr. Jackson’s alleged allegations, I would respond that the Bombers are more than just one person, and are about a mission statement that is affordable family fun. As an organization we were shocked of these allegations and have taken the necessary steps to ensure another successful season is on the way and we will continue being a large part of the community. We are excited about the upcoming 2011 TCL All-Star Game and another playoff run and are thankful for all the support of the community."

You can read another Brazos Valley Bomber press release at the end of this story.

Jackson is being held on $50,000 bond.

Improper Photography or Visual Recording is a State Jail Felony, which is punishable by confinement from 180 days to two years in state jail; and an optional fine not to exceed $10,000.

The investigation is ongoing and additional charges against Jackson are possible.

Brazos Valley Bombers Press Release, Friday, December 10:

Bombers Transition to 2011

Bryan-College Station, TX (December 10, 2010) –
As both the holidays and the dawn of winter approach, baseball may not be the first thing on your mind. However, given a few recent developments, the Bombers would like to provide supporters with a few updates for the 2011 season.

Kfir Jackson has voluntarily stepped down from his role in day-to-day management of the Bombers as he attends to personal matters. The organization will remain in good hands, with both President and Owner Uri Geva and General Manager Chris Clark focused on a successful 2011 season. Though the change may require a little adjustment, the entire Bombers family is preparing for a bright future.

The Bombers' staff remains hard at work and committed to delivering the most affordable family entertainment in the Brazos Valley. A new season schedule will be available soon. Meanwhile the Bombers continue to prepare a slate of exciting promotions for next summer. Recruiting is also well under way, in hopes of extending the Bombers TCL-high streak of four consecutive playoff appearances.

“The Bombers would like to thank everyone for their continued support. We are blessed to have tremendous sponsors, season ticket holders, and fans. We are excited about the Bombers’ future, and we’re happy you continue to be a member of the Bombers family!" said Uri Geva, Owner and President of the Bombers.