Then-Rock Falls High senior charged with making, sharing locker room video

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MORRISON – A man who at the time was a Rock Falls High School senior is accused of video recording a 15-year-old in the school’s locker room and sharing the images.

Cameron L. Dugger, 19, is charged with disseminating unlawful video, which is punishable by two to five years in prison, and with unauthorized videotaping, which carries one to three years.

According to the charging document, Dugger made the recording and sent out the video on Dec. 1, 2022.

The school resource officer alerted the police department, which investigated the matter, Rock Falls Police Chief Dave Pilgrim said Tuesday, adding that investigators’ last contact with Dugger was in July.

Whiteside County State’s Attorney Terry Costello filed the charges Nov. 20.

The jail has no record of his arrest, but Dugger was issued a notice to appear in court Jan. 8.

Kathleen Schultz

Kathleen A. Schultz

Kathleen Schultz is a Sterling native with 40 years of reporting and editing experience in Arizona, California, Montana and Illinois.