A Kirkland (Wash.) coach is being charged with videotaping high school students while they change in their team uniforms.
Police arrested Brenden Rajah, a volunteer basketball coach at the Puget Sound Adventist Academy, according to King-5, and NBC affiliate in Seattle.
Two high school students discovered the videos on a tablet used by the school’s athletic department. The videos appear to show female students changing after being invited into Rajah’s office to try on uniforms.
According to police, the students did not know they were being filmed.
Rajah was arrested on charges of first-degree voyeurism.