Seattle coach arrested, charged with voyeurism

A substitute teacher and coach at The Bush School in Seattle has been placed on administrative leave after he was arrested and charged with voyeurism.

"The individual involved, Jason Christopher Paur, is currently facing eight charges in British Columbia," said Neil MacKenzie, a spokesman for the British Columbia's Criminal Justice Branch.

MacKenzie said Paur was on a school sponsored ski team trip when he was arrested for putting a video camera where female students were staying.

"The various offenses are alleged to have occurred on Dec. 9 or Dec. 10 at or near Vernon in the Province of British Columbia," said MacKenzie. "He does remain in custody at this point. There has not been a bail hearing."

Paur is reportedly also accused of possessing child porn.


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