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Ex-janitor pleads guilty to taking pictures in Cornell College women's locker room

Jeffrey Pospisil, a custodian accused of taking pictures of athletes at Cornell College while they were changing, pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy. (Courtesy image)<br />
Jeffrey Pospisil, a custodian accused of taking pictures of athletes at Cornell College while they were changing, pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy. (Courtesy image)<br />(KCRG)
Published: Sep. 12, 2019 at 7:21 AM CDT
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A former janitor at Cornell College has pleaded guilty to taking pictures of women in a locker room.

Court records say 46-year-old

entered the pleas Wednesday to two counts of invasion of privacy. His sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 18.

The investigation began when students at Cornell College in Mount Vernon reported seeing a cellphone held in an open doorway leading to the locker room. A coach found Pospisil in the area. He was an employee with a business that provides custodial service for the college. He told police he had been texting on the phone. But a search of the phone revealed more than 100 images taken in the locker room as students were fully or partially nude.

Pospisil was fired from his job.

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