- Associated Press - Friday, August 12, 2016

LOUP CITY, Neb. (AP) - A former Loup City teacher accused of placing spy cameras in a girls locker room has made a plea deal on three counts and awaits a judge’s decision on a fourth.

On Thursday 25-year-old Anthony Rahe pleaded no contest to felony unlawful intrusion, misdemeanor unlawful intrusion and felony possession of a visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct. A brief, nonjury trial was held on a fourth charge: felony manufacture of visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct. The judge’s decision won’t come until after closing arguments or briefs are submitted.

Prosecutors dismissed or amended the original 15 counts against Rahe in return for his pleas.

District officials say a student reported finding the camera at Loup City Public School on Oct. 8. Investigators have said school security camera footage implicated Rahe.


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