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Florida janitor charged with hiding camera in girls’ locker room

Jason Brian Goff was arrested last week and charged with attempted production of child pornography.
A criminal complaint says two female students reported a suspected camera last month at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs. This photo of a standard locker room is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
A criminal complaint says two female students reported a suspected camera last month at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs. This photo of a standard locker room is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
Published Sep. 16, 2019

Associated Press

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A janitor at a Florida high school has been charged with hiding a camera in a girls’ locker room.

Court records show that 42-year-old Jason Brian Goff was arrested last week and charged with attempted production of child pornography. His next hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in Jacksonville federal court. He faces up to 30 years in prison.

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A criminal complaint says two female students reported a suspected camera last month at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs. Officials found a cell phone taped to the inside wall of an unassigned locker. Investigators say a video on the phone shows girls changing, along with a shot of Goff’s school identification badge. The complaint says the phone also included photos of Goff and text messages from his phone numbers.

It wasn’t clear if Goff had an attorney.

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