By: Elizabeth DePompei
News & Tribune
NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) - A former Scribner Middle School administrator charged with voyeurism has filed a notice of intent to plead guilty.
Paul Raake, 66, is accused of hiding a camera in a boy's locker room at the school. According to an investigation conducted by Indiana State Police, devices found in Raake's possession turned up five photos taken in the locker room, one with a student either partially dressing or undressing.
Online court records show that Raake filed a notice of intent to plead guilty on April 3. A change of plea and sentencing hearing is scheduled for June 4 in Floyd County Superior Court No. 3.
A level 6 felony count of voyeurism has a sentencing range of six months to two-and-half years. Raake's attorney, George Gesenhues Jr., was not available for comment Monday.
A message left for the Floyd County Prosecutor's Office was not returned by press time.