A former agriculture teacher from Loup City accused of videotaping high school girls in their locker rooms will serve at least three-and-a-half years in prison.
Sherman County Judge Darin Noakes sentenced 25-year-old Anthony Rahe to seven to 15 years in prison. Rahe was convicted on two counts of unlawful intrusion and two counts of possession of child pornography. Under the state good-time law, Rahe could be released after serving half of the seven years.
Rahe was accused of placing motion-activated video cameras in girls’ locker rooms a number of times from August 2013 to October 2015. He took the cameras home and uploaded their files. Initially, Rahe faced 15 charges regarding at least nine victims.
Rahe was arrested after a student discovered a camera.