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MAN pleads no contest in girl's locker room video case


PAWHUSKA, Okla. (AP) _ A former Skiatook basketball coach pleaded no contest Thursday to charges he hid a camera in a girls' locker room and filmed female athletes undressing.

Harry Roy ``Noonie'' Red Eagle Jr., entered his plea in Osage County. He will remain in jail until formal sentencing Aug. 10. He had been free on bond.

Red Eagle, son of former Skiatook Superintendent Harry Red Eagle Sr., faced two counts of lewd acts to a child under 16, one count of procurement of obscene material and three counts of attempting to procure obscene material.

The charges were the result of an investigation by Skiatook police after a television news broadcast of a videotape showing basketball girls changing clothes in the girls' locker room.

The tape also shows Red Eagle Jr. looking into the camera, which was hidden in a locker.

During a preliminary hearing last year, testimony showed that authorities eventually took possession of three videotapes.

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