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More charges filed against man accused of putting cameras in school

Andrew Emmons. Source: Warrick County Detention Center Andrew Emmons. Source: Warrick County Detention Center

New information on the case of a former Boonville Middle School teacher accused of planting cameras in the school.

We just learned late Monday afternoon Andrew Emmons is facing new charges. 

Warrick County Prosecutor Joann Krantz has filed sixteen additional felony counts of voyeurism against Emmons.

According to court documents, the case is now in the hands of Warrick Circuit Court Judge David O. Kelley.

Emmons is now charged with 42 felony counts of child exploitation and voyeurism.

This is a story 14 News will continue to follow and we'll keep you updated.

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