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Man Charged With "Felony Secret Peeping" For Hiding Camera In Minor League Locker Room

The Carolina Mudcats are the Indians' single-A affiliate, and as a single-A baseball team may not have much in the way of locker room security. But staff members noticed an unfamiliar face poking around the visitors' locker room during a game Tuesday night—a man claiming to be a cleaning employee.

He wasn't, of course. The man was confronted and arrested, and has been identified as LaDarryl Strong. Police found a half-ounce of marijuana on him, as well as a small camera that they say he had used to secretly record the locker room. Officers seized 20(!) computers from Strong's home, so there's a chance this wasn't a one-time thing.


Strong is charged with felony secret peeping, possession of marijuana, and first-degree trespassing.

Man charged with peeping in visitors' locker room at Mudcats game [NBC17]
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