Green River Community College instructor Gary Taylor accused of voyeurism, hiding camera in women's dressing room

 
The Seattle Times
 
A Green River Community College instructor is expected to be charged with voyeurism after a female student said he hid a camera in a women's dressing room while she changed her clothes, according to a probable-cause document from the Auburn Police Department.

Gary K. Taylor, 71, is a drama instructor at the college. On Tuesday, he allegedly asked a student who was involved in a current play whether she could do an interview with the school newspaper later that day, according to the document. The student agreed, and Taylor told her she should try on different dresses to see which one to wear because her picture also would be taken.

The student met Taylor at the women's dressing room and he gave her four dresses to try on, the document said. She changed while he waited outside, then showed him two of the dresses. As she was re-dressing, she noticed a camera that was sticking out between two pillows on a shelf inside the dressing room, the documents state.
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