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NJ Custodian Accused of Hiding Cameras Around School

A custodian at a southern New Jersey high school is accused of ordering eight video cameras be hidden around his school, several in places where students changed clothes.

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Authorities say 41-year-old John Martin of Wenonah kept photos of teachers and students from the cameras at Gloucester Catholic High School on his cell phone.

Some showed nudity.

He’s been charged with invasion of privacy.

The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office says he showed the images to at least two other people but there’s no indication he intended to put them online or sell them.

A person who answered the phone at Martin’s home Wednesday hung up on a reporter.

Martin resigned last week after being interviewed by investigators.

Read more stories from NJ's Police Blotter

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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