NC man charged with peeping at baseball team

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LaDarryl Strong

ZEBULON, N.C. — A man is accused of setting up a hidden camera inside a locker room to spy on players at the Carolina Mudcats Five County Stadium.

WTVD reported that LaDarryl Strong, 32, of Ayden, allegedly posed as a cleaning employee and snuck into the visiting team locker room where he was confronted by staff.

He was arrested after he allegedly ran away and into a parking lot and caught by police. WTVD reported a small video camera was found hidden in the locker room.

Officials said the investigation began April 10 after they received calls about an alleged trespasser at the stadium.

Strong was charged with felony secret peeping and first-degree trespassing. He has court May 2.

He was also charged with drug possession after police said they found 15 grams of marijuana and paraphernalia in his car.

Police said a search warrant was served at his home and 20 computers and other digital media devices were seized. Officials said other charges may be pending depending on what is found.

Source: WTVD.