Local middle school teacher booked on peeping Tom charge
DENHAM SPRINGS- An area middle school teacher was taken to jail after he was allegedly caught spying on someone in Livingston Parish.
Forrest Friedman, 26, was arrested Thursday on a peeping Tom charge, the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office confirmed. The crime allegedly happened last week in a neighborhood on Creek Haven Lane off Dunn Road.
The sheriff's office did not immediately share any other details about the arrest.
Friedman was listed as a teacher at Central Middle School in East Baton Rouge, but the school says he submitted his resignation Wednesday. He'd worked there since August 2019.
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