Former lifeguard facing more charges

A former Fremont recreation center lifeguard charged with hiding a camera in the girls locker room is in more trouble.

FREMONT, MICH. - Former Fremont Recreation Center lifeguard Jakob Scott Bradley has been charged with new counts related to secretly recording a girl in the locker room.

The new charges are said to have occurred at Fremont High school in November 2015, which would proceed the charge associated with the Rec Center.

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The 18 year old, according to court records in Newaygo County District Court, was arraigned on May 30. The new charges are capturing/distributing images of unclothed person, a five year felony, and count two eavesdropping/installing a device, a two year felony.

Bradley is scheduled for a probable cause conference on Thursday, June 8 at 9 a.m. and a preliminary exam on June 15 at 1:30 p.m. He entered a not guilty plea at arraignment.

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Court documents say Bradley captured an "image of the undergarments worn by" victim. He posted a $1,000 bond.

In Newaygo County Circuit Court, Bradley is scheduled for a pretrial on June 26 at 1 p.m.

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