YAKIMA, Wash. - A Selah Junior High School teacher who resigned after a tiny video camera was found under a girl's desk was arraigned Tuesday in Yakima on voyeurism charges.
David G. McMillen remains free while awaiting trial. He denied owning or installing the camera.
Yakima Herald-Republic reports the 52-year-old Terrace Heights man was an 18-year employee of the Selah School District. He was forced to resign in October 2011 after the camera was found in his ninth-grade science class. He was paid nearly $17,000 not to challenge his termination.
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