Former Employee Headed to Jail
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A former Penn State employee is headed to jail on charges of secretly videotaping students in Bryce Jordan Center bathrooms. Charles Chamberlin was sentenced Thursday in Centre County court. Police say he used a cellphone camera on nearly two dozen unsuspecting victims. It was last May during the State College High School senior prom at the Jordan Center when a student asked an employee where was the nearest men's room. Police say that employee was Chamberlin, who not only gave directions, but also went in the restroom with the student and used a stall next to him. Shortly afterward, the student told police he was horrified when he realized a cellphone camera was pointed at him from the adjoining stall. Police then used other cameras BJC surveillance cameras to identify Chamberlin. A search of Chamberlin's phone uncovered similar bathroom images of more than 20 different victims. On Thursday, Chamberlin was sentenced to six to 23.5 months in prison. Chamberlin was also designated as a Tier One sex offender, meaning he'll have to provide police with DNA samples and other information, including notifying them if he changes his address.