GREENSBORO — A former Jamestown Middle School employee that was accused of hiding cameras in a changing room at the school was hit with more charges by the Guilford County Sheriff's Office.
Christopher Allen Reeves was charged with two counts of Indecent Liberties With a Student. A felony count of peeping using a photographic imaging device and a felony count of possessing a photographic image obtained in violation of the peeping statute were also obtained for an additional image found. Reeves, 47, also received an additional $7,500 bond.
The Sheriff's Office said multiple people came forward with information about the use of hidden cameras at the school from Jan. 2013 and Dec. 2015.
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Reeves, formerly the school's media specialist, was arrested by the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office recently for two felony counts of Peeping Using a Photographic Imaging Device and two felony counts of Possessing a Photographic Image Obtained in Violation of the Peeping Statute.
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