Brewster man jailed for allegedly videotaping girl's locker room
ST. FRANCIS -- A 23-year-old Brewster, Kan., man sits in a Thomas County, Kan., jail after coaches and players discovered him allegedly videotaping a girls' locker room following a volleyball game in Brewster the first weekend in October.
Adam F. Juenemann of Brewster could be charged with aggravated burglary, criminal damage to property, criminal trespassing, sexual exploitation of a child and eavesdropping.
According to a story in the Oberlin Herald newspaper, a St. Francis volleyball player spotted a blinking red light in a vent in the locker room in the Brewster school. St. Francis Coach Kent Kechter and Brewster Athletic Director Laura Rush blocked the doors to a utility access area between the walls of the shower room, as St. Francis Coach Jeff Olofson and Brewster custodian Ron Ribordy guarded the locker room door. The Herald reported the man with the camera apparently tried to get out a locked door and ended up going through the vent to another locker room where St. Francis players were gathering their gear and equipment.
The man tried to run from the room, but was tackled by Coach Olofson, the Herald reported. Olofson, Ribordy and Kechter held the man until he was turned over to sheriff's officers.