New Buffalo Middle School teacher charged with multiple felonies

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A New Buffalo Middle School teacher has been charged in connection with reports that he took inappropriate photos of female students in the classroom.

Aaron Badger, 37, of Bridgman was charged with two counts of capturing or attempting to capture images of unclothed people or undergarments.

He's also charged with two counts of using a computer to commit a crime for incidents that allegedly happened on Sept. 19 and Oct. 3.

Last week, New Buffalo Schools Superintendent Mark Westerberg told NewsCenter16 a student made a complaint to her principal on Oct. 7.

Badger was immediately placed on administrative leave.

He was arraigned and is currently free on bond.