Arkansas summer stay says worker dismissed over video voyeurism charge
April 9, 2018 - summer camp
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) —
A Christian summer stay in Searcy pronounced it dismissed an worker after he was arrested on a assign of video voyeurism Friday.
Camp Wyldewood authority Jared Cox on Sunday identified a former worker as Robert Powell. Cox pronounced Powell had worked for a stay given 1995. According to a summer camp’s website and Facebook page, Powell had been stay executive given 2007.
Records uncover Powell, 45, of Searcy, was requisitioned in a White County jail during 7:10 p.m. Friday on one count of video voyeurism.
Arkansas law defines video voyeurism, in part, as photographing or recording someone but their agree in an area where they have a reasonable expectancy of privacy.
It was not immediately transparent where a supposed crime took place. Cox pronounced Sunday pronounced that he could not elaborate on certain sum of a case. The White County sheriff’s bureau had not returned calls seeking serve information.