Roger Springfield, 57, a former sportscaster fired last month as the Syracuse athletic department's director of media, was arraigned this morning on four counts of unlawful surveillance for allegedly making locker-room video recordings of male athletes from the Orange's football, lacrosse, and soccer teams. Springfield, whose real name is Roger Cahak, allegedly made the recordings listed in the indictment at the Carrier Dome, but he's also accused of making at least 10 other recordings that are beyond New York's statute of limitations or were recorded in other states. A total of 108 athletes have been identified by law enforcement officials as having been recorded, according to the Syracuse Post-Standard.
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