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Soccer Coach Facing Voyeurism Charges

Soccer Coach Facing Voyeurism Charges


(Butler County)- A local soccer coach is free on bond after the Butler County Sheriff Office says he secretly videotaped at least two women, one of which is a minor, inside a bathroom at his home.

Craig Rhodis 42, the Director of Coaching/Training for the Fairfield Optimist Soccer Club, is facing charges of Voyeurism, after allegedly videotaping the girls changing their cloths as they prepared for a “training session,” at his home.

The Butler County Sheriff says a 17 year old girl thought she was being taped in the bathroom, and reported it to the Sheriffs Office.

An investigation confirmed the 17 year old had been recorded and found that a 21 year old woman also at the home for a “training session,” had been recored.

Rhodis a graduate of Fairfield High School is now facing two counts of voyeurism a first-degree misdemeanor. He was reportedly, recently named head coach of the United States National Arena Soccer Team.

An online article published about the coach in Today's Pulse in 2009 states he was married with two children.


 

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