Ex-prep Swim Coach Guilty of Attempted Voyeurism
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A former high school swim coach has been found guilty of attempted voyeurism for trying to use his cell phone to film women in an employee's locker room at a neighborhood pool.
The South Bend Tribune reports 30-year-old Cameron Stouder faces up to three years in prison when he is sentenced on December 4th.
Authorities said he was a swim coach at Twyckenham Hills Pool in South Bend when he put his phone in the women's locker room. An employee found the phone, set to the record setting.
Stouder previously coached the Riley High School varsity girls swim team.