Former Sapulpa coach pleads not guilty to child pornography and exploitation charges
|Updated: 4/15 10:39 am
||Published: 6/29/2012 3:47 pm
A former Sapulpa softball coach pleaded not guilty to 21 counts for allegedly video taping girls in the locker room.
Police say 54-year old Howard Harjo admitted hiding cameras in the trash can of the girl’s softball locker room. Police say Harjo admitted he’d been secretly videotaping the girls since 2009.
Police say some of the images had been blurred and the victims cannot be identified, they also say photos of girls in the stands at baseball games were found in Harjo’s home.
Harjo is charged with 9 counts of child sexual exploitation, 9 counts of possession of juvenile pornography, and 3 counts of peeping tom with photographic/electronic equipment.
Harjo's next court date is scheduled for July 25th.
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