Towson University diving coach indicted
TOWSON, Md. (WBFF)– A grand jury has indicted a Towson University diving coach believed to be connected to a recording device recovered from the women’s locker room at the university.
Maureen Mead, 43, of Lutherville is charged with altering physical evidence in a criminal investigation, peeping tom and interception of communication. Mead is married to head swimming coach Pat Mead, who was removed last week from his coaching duties.
According to a statement issued by the school’s president, “Since October 16th, Maureen Mead had been placed on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of the investigation.”
On October 16, the university reported that two swim team members found a smartphone inside the team’s Burdick Pool locker room. The students believed that the camera may have captured video images and audio recordings of the female athletes from inside of the locker room. Click hereto see previous reports.
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