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Police Officer Who Put Camera in High School Bathroom Won’t be Charged with Crime

| by Michael Allen
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An unidentified police officer who placed a camera in the boys' bathroom at Glen Burnie High School in Glen Burnie, Maryland, will not be charged with a crime.

Police in Anne Arundel County said in a statement that "based upon the evidence, no criminal laws have been violated, and therefore the officer involved in this incident will not be criminally charged."

The camera was found in the bathroom on March 20 by an unidentified student. It was then given to police, who later said it was installed by 14-year police veteran assigned to the Special Services Bureau, reports the Baltimore Sun.

Police claimed that the camera was not working and had been placed in plain view in the bathroom ceiling.

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The police officer was placed on paid administrative leave and is under an internal affairs' investigation, reports CapitolGazette.com.

"We can't nail it down to a specific reason without us speculating," said Lt. T.J. Smith, an Anne Arundel County police spokesman.

“We’re certainly comfortable with whatever findings the police department comes to through its investigation,” said Anne Arundel County High School spokesman Bob Mosier.

Source: Baltimore Sun and CapitolGazette.com