Local government official charged with voyeurism
LAVA HOT SPRINGS, Idaho (AP) -- A local southeastern Idaho government official faces one felony count of video voyeurism after a Utah woman complained he'd filmed her in a campground shower.
Cory Del Unsworth, chairman of the Lava Hot Springs Planning & Zoning Commission, is scheduled for a hearing next Wednesday in 6th District Court.
Unsworth manages the Lava Hot Springs KOA.
The Idaho State Journal reports a woman was staying there when she saw a cell phone pointed toward her from beneath the shower-room door.
Bannock County Sheriff's deputies initially questioned Unsworth, but declined to pursue the case.
However, the woman later called the agency saying Unsworth had since apologized for filming her and needed to ask for forgiveness.
According to court documents, Unsworth has acknowledged taking dozens of additional videos over four years.