POINT TOWNSHIP, Penn. — A Kingston constable was charged with spying on two teenage girls through a two-way mirror while they were camping in an RV in Northumberland County, the Times Leader reported.
John C. Gould, 54, was charged with six counts of invasion of privacy. He was elected constable for part of Kingston in the 2009 general election. His term expires in January 2016.
Police allege Gould spied on the two girls while they showered in a RV at the Splash Mountain Campground from June 28 to July 1, the Times Leader reported. According to the criminal complaint, a 15- and 17-year-old girl suspected Gould spied on them while they showered inside the RV while camping. The girls found a picture on hinges and a two-way mirror in the bathroom.
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