Former basketball coach turns self in on warrant
EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) - El Dorado High School's former girls basketball coach faces a charge of video voyeurism after the discovery of a video camera in the personal bathroom of his office.
A police report says Corey D. Smith turned himself in Tuesday.
El Dorado police investigators say they received an anonymous complaint on June 12 from a female, who claimed Smith, while in his office, asked her to try on a jersey, sports bra and pair of shorts. While she was in the bathroom, she discovered a camera.
Police say other girls also reported that Smith also asked them to try on jerseys and sports bras in the bathroom.
Smith resigned on June 18. He told police he set up the camera because of the theft of $150 in cash from the bathroom and had forgotten it was there.
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