Detectives from the CCSO Major Crimes Unit (MCU) have responded to the school and suspected employee’s residence
On Thursday (Oct. 5), the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) was notified by Vancouver Public Schools (VPS) staff of a possible voyeurism incident in which a VPS employee had allegedly videotaped female students in the Alki Middle School locker rooms.
VPS staff immediately reported the information to the Sheriff’s Office and closed and secured the locker rooms at the school.
The suspected VPS employee had already left school grounds by the time the incident was reported to CCSO. CCSO located and contacted the suspected VPS employee this afternoon. They have declined to cooperate with investigators.
Detectives from the CCSO Major Crimes Unit (MCU) have responded to the school and suspected employee’s residence. They are in the process of serving search warrants at the residence and are also searching the locker rooms and other areas at Alki Middle School.
The Sheriff’s Office has received full cooperation from Vancouver Public Schools and the Alki Middle School staff. VPS has made notifications to families that attend the school.
No arrest has been made at this time. The incident is being actively investigated.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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