Former Selah teacher charged with voyeurism in King County

SEATTLE (AP) -- A man who moved to Edmonds after he was accused of voyeurism at Selah Junior High School is facing new voyeurism charges in King County.

David McMillen was jailed this week and released on $25,000 bail.

The reports the 53-year-old is charged with two counts of voyeurism in King County and remains charged in Yakima County with voyeurism, attempted voyeurism and evidence tampering.

King County prosecutors say McMillen had 1,500 homemade voyeur videos he secretly recorded on hot tub dates with strippers or with baristas exposing themselves or recordings of girls in public places.

McMillen was an 18-year employee of the Selah School District when he was forced to resign in October 2011 after a video camera was found under a girl's desk in his ninth-grade science class.