MASSILLON, Ohio - Nude photos of boys were discovered in the home of Scott Studer, who resigned as Jackson High School basketball coach Wednesday amidst allegations of putting up cameras in the locker room, court documents revealed.
After executing a search warrant at Studer's home, authorities found the photos taken "by means of a video recording device in the locker room" saved to a DVD, laptop and flash drive.
Court documents said the images date back to 2007 and run through 2012.
Studer, arrested Wednesday and charged with multiple counts of using a minor in nudity oriented material/performance, was in Massillon Municipal Court Thursday morning.
He was hit with a $2 million bond and given a preliminary hearing date of Nov. 21 at 9 a.m.
The judge also told Studer he cannot have contact with any male under 18 years old. Studer's brother showed up in court but did not talk. Studer's attorney, James Haupt, said these are only allegations at this point.
The number of potential victims is unknown at this point.
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