Ex-assistant principal pleads guilty to voyeurism, receives sentence
He was arrested in September after a student found a camera inside a locker room.
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WDRB) -- An ex-assistant principal at a middle school in southern Indiana pleaded guilty to voyeurism on Monday.
Paul Raake pleaded guilty on Monday in a Floyd County courtroom.
After entering his plea, Raake received a sentence of one year in the Floyd County Jail. The maximum sentence he could receive was 2.5 years and the minimum was six months.
He was the former assistant principal at Scribner Middle School in New Albany. He was arrested in September of 2017 after a student found a camera inside a locker room.
Officers later found pictures on Raake's computers and phone, including one showing a student in the process of dressing in a locker room.
Raake's wife, Pam, said in court no one was more surprised about the accusations than her, but she plans to stand by her husband Paul. Pam Raake says she took a vow 34 years ago that she plans to keep.
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