The Florida Times-Union recently reported on the case of Jason Goff, who has been charged with and pled guilty to attempted production of child pornography. The charges stem from a tip Clay High School administrators got from two of their students in August of last year. The pair of 14 year old girls reported what they thought might be a camera lens peering out of one of the unused, but locked, gym lockers. A search of the locker revealed that a cell phone was taped to the wall of the locker with its camera lens pointing out of a hole and aimed towards where the girls would change before and after gym class.
The phone was turned over to digital forensic examiners for analysis. One approximately 30-minute video that was discovered included female students changing and concluded with Goff collecting the phone with his school id badge visible on film. The phone also contained selfies and text messages attributed to Goff. Further forensic analysis of other devices owned by Goff turned up even more images and videos from the girls’ locker room. A sentencing date has not yet been scheduled but Goff is likely facing 15 to 30 years in prison.
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