Cape May Prosecutor Now Says Kids Were Recorded in HS Restroom
An investigation in Cape May County has found that children in a Cape May County school were recorded in a school bathroom.
Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief Christopher Leusner of the Middle Township Police Department have announced the arrest of Gregory Mahley, 51, of West Deptford, on additional charges relating to Manufacturing and Possessing Child Pornography.
On September 9th, Mahley was arrested after a Gloucester Township Police Department investigation found mirrors in girls bathroom stalls at Glen Landing Middle School in Gloucester Township. Mahley had done HVAC work at the school and had secretly recorded girls at the school.
Based on information that Mahley had also done work at various schools, an investigation was launched in Cape May County. Just last week Prosecutor Sutherland announced that an investigation whereas the schools "have been thoroughly checked and no mirrors or recording devices have been located."
Now, in a news release posted Thursday evening, Sutherland says the investigation has "discovered Mahley, while working as a contractor at the Cape May County Technical High School, recorded multiple victims in a bathroom. It is believed the incidents occurred on October 15, 2013, March 20, 2014, and April 22, 2014."
Sutherland says Mahley has now been charged with 10 counts of second-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Manufacturing of Child Pornography) and 10 counts of third-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Possession of Child Pornography). He is currently being held at the Camden County Correctional Center pending a court appearance.
According to Prosecutor Sutherland, this is still an ongoing investigation and he urges anyone who may have information related to Gregory Mahley or this investigation to contact the Middle Township Police Department at 609-465-8700, the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victim’s Unit at 609-465-1135, or report it anonymously through the Cape May County Sheriff’s Tip Line at cmcsheriff.net and click on anonymous tip, or through the Cape May County Crime Stoppers, 609-465-2800.