|Locker room video implicates former school board member|
|Sunday, 03 June 2012 07:05|
The Sanger Police Department has concluded their investigation about an alleged video taken at a Sanger High School locker room of Argyle girls basketball players on February 7, 2012. The investigation centered around “improper photography or visual recording” reportedly taken in the locker room.
The Sanger Police Department released the following statement: “On March 21, 2012, the Sanger Police Department was contacted by Chief Tackett of the Argyle Police Department. Chief Tackett surrendered a copy of an audio/video recording that was alleged to have been made in a Sanger High School locker room, during a game between Sanger and Argyle. The recording was alleged to have been made on February 7, 2012 and was mailed to the Argyle ISD school board prior to the March 19, 2012 meeting. The recording was then viewed by the Sanger Police Department. The recording showed the Argyle girl’s locker room at halftime and also contained audio of the post game conversation in the locker room. The recording appeared to have been edited and the submitted portion did not contain any inappropriate images of the Argyle players. During the investigation of this incident, the Sanger Police Department received information implicating former Argyle ISD board member Wendee Long, and her daughter. Further investigation lead to the recovery of an unedited portion of the locker room recording. The recovered portion of the recording only contained audio and no inappropriate images were found. Upon completion, this case will be submitted to the Denton County District Attorney’s Office for review.”