BOONVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The Boonville Police department confirms they have contacted possible victims of a hidden camera incident; and 14 News has been told that it may have taken place inside a school.
A parent, who wishes to remain anonymous, tells 14 News, investigators asked them to identify their child in a video, allegedly taken inside a girls' locker room at the Boonville Middle school.
Right now, the Warrick County School Corporation won't confirm that meeting; citing an ongoing investigation. However, police did confirm they have held recent meetings with "victims" of a hidden camera.
Boonville Police Chief Daryl Saltzman confirms that this incident is part of an ongoing investigation involving Boonville Middle School teacher Andrew Emmons.
Last month police arrested 30-year old Emmons after an employee at Boonville Middle school reportedly found a video recording device in a female faculty restroom.
Emmons, a sixth grade science and reading teacher, was charged with voyeurism.
After his arrest in mid-September, Indiana State Police collected electronic equipment from Emmons' classroom and his home; including devices such as cell phones, video cameras, and computers.