Swim coach's sentencing postponed

A former South Bend High School swim coach, convicted of attempted voyeurism, had his sentencing postponed until January 31st of next year.

Cameron Stouder, 30, was convicted for trying to videotape women changing into their bathing suits at the Twyckenham Hills pool.

At the time Stouder was working at a swim instructor at the pool. Police say he had put his cell phone in the women’s locker room to attempt to capture video of women changing.

It was a19-year-old female employee who found the phone in a pile of towels, set to record.

Stouder resigned from his coaching position at Riley High School a week after the phone was found, he now faces up to three years in prison.

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