A former central Nebraska agriculture instructor accused of video-taping in the girls’ locker room at school faces additional charges.
Twenty-four-year-old Anthony Rahe taught at the Loup City High School.
Police arrested Rahe in early October after a student discovered a hidden video camera in the girls’ locker room the previous day.
Rahe now faces 15 counts in Sherman County Court, including nine counts of unlawful intrusion; three counts of possession of child pornography; and three counts of manufacturing a visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct.
Investigators say the charges stem from separate incidents that occurred in late September and early October involving at least nine victims.
Rahe has been released from the Valley County Jail after posting bond.
Brent Weithorn, KXPN, contributed to this story.