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Reporter Zeke Campfield Arrested for Taking Upskirt Pictures of Teen Girls at Graduation

| by Michael Allen
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Zeke Campfield, a reporter for The Oklahoman newspaper, was arrested for allegedly taking upskirt photos of teen girls who survived the recent tornado at their high school graduation ceremony in Moore, Oklahoma, on Sunday night.

Campfield allegedly bumped into several girls at the ceremony while trying to shoot pictures up their dresses.

After parents called the police, Campfield tried to leave, but was held by attendees at the Cox Convention Center until the police arrived, reported The Lost Ogle.

Campfield allegedly deleted several pictures from his camera and removed the camera's memory card before officers arrived.

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"Zeke Campfield has been a valuable, trusted member of our news staff for more than a year, so we are very surprised by the allegations in the police report.  We will continue to monitor the situation, but will allow the authorities and the court system to do their job before finalizing our response," Kelly Dyer Fry, editor of The Oklahoman, told The Lost Ogle in a statement.

According to the Missoula Independent, in 2003 Campfield received a deferred sentence on felony burglary charges after he broke into a house and stole a pair of Pink Panther thong panties in Missoula, Montana.

Sources: The Lost Ogle and Missoula Independent