Syracuse locker room video
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK- An investigation led to a guilty plea by a former media director of Syracuse University's athletics department for secretly videotaping football players and other male athletes in locker rooms. Roger Springfield admitted to one count of unlawful surveillance and will get 10 years probation. He's a former sportscaster for a Syracuse television station and originally faced four counts. The judge in his case is considering making him register as a sex offender. Springfield was fired after prosecutors said he made four secret videos in December.
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