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Oklahoma City reporter Nathaniel Campfield arrested, suspected of taking "upskirt" photos

Nathaniel CBS Affiliate KWTV

Nathaniel "Zeke" Campfield
CBS Affiliate KWTV
(CBS) OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police arrested a reporter who was supposed to be covering a Moore high school graduation ceremony, after witnesses accused him of taking photos up girls' dresses, according to CBS affiliate KWTV.

On Saturday, May 25, at 8:40 p.m., police said they received a phone call from eyewitnesses who said they'd seen 31-year-old Nathaniel "Zeke" Campfield taking inappropriate photos. According to KWTV, the witnesses held the suspect at the scene until authorities arrived.

The witnesses told police that they saw Campfield brush up against women, making them feel uncomfortable. They also reported seeing the suspect hold his camera low and subsequently heard clicking noises as he was taking photos, according to KWTV.

When questioned by police, Campfield denied the witnesses' allegations, insisting he was at the ceremony to report for The Oklahoman, said the station.

When police checked the reporter's camera, they did not find any images on it, reported KWTV. They didn't find an SD card in the camera or the surrounding area, either.

KWTV said police contacted The Oklahoman and the paper confirmed that Campfield was on assignment for them at the Moore high school graduation ceremony. The newspaper also added that the suspect's camera would not work without an SD card.

Even though they found no evidence of Campfield taking inappropriate photos, police arrested him and charged him with assault and battery, reported the station.

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