A man accused of video-recording girls in a Davenport, Iowa elementary school restroom pleaded guilty Wednesday to a sexual exploitation charge.
Twenty-nine-year-old Ian Isabel admitted he planted cameras in a girls' restroom at Hayes Elementary School where he worked as a coordinator for the after-school Stepping Stones program. Authorities say he downloaded the videos onto his laptop.
The cameras were discovered by a school custodian.
Isabel also acknowledged that while on the run from law enforcement he dumped electronic equipment into the Mississippi River and attempted to hide from police in a state park near Quincy, Illinois. Police seized a laptop from his Davenport home on April 11th.
Isabel's sentencing is scheduled for November 20th.
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