Middle School Worker Charged with Peeping Tom Incidents
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LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — A middle school employee is accused of secretly watching students change in a girls’ locker room on two separate occasions.
Montgomery County Police say Josh Andrew Greenberg, 28, has been charged with two counts of visual surveillance with prurient intent.
Greenberg is a building service worker at Herbert Hoover Middle School in Rockville, Md., where police say he observed students in the locker room around Oct. 1 and Nov. 6.
Greenberg allegedly looked through a window with blinds in a staff office adjacent to the looker room to film girls changing.
Police say two female students told school officials that two peeping tom incidents occurred in the locker room.
Officers responded to the school on Thursday after two female students notified school personnel of previous peeping tom incidents in the locker room. Greenberg was identified as the suspect through school surveillance video.
During questioning, police say Greenberg admitted to the two incidents. He has been placed on administrative leave.
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