Hilario Hernandez Medina, 39, was taken into police custody Monday and charged with possession and control of child pornography, said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
A worker at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village last week stumbled across a camera that had "inappropriate images" of females on it, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
Jeffrey H. Woodcock, headmaster of the grades 6-12 school, said the situation was "a 'Peeping Tom' incident involving a video camera and the Girls' Locker Room."
Medina pleaded not guilty to the accusations and was held Thursday on $160,000 bail, the Times said. A hearing is set for June 9 in Van Nuys Superior Court.
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