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A man who allegedly placed a video camera in his bathroom reportedly recorded many guests at his pool party while they used the toilet.

On August 29, 40-year-old Kyle Jon Vandermolen and his wife hosted a pool party at their residence in St. Charles, Missouri. Approximately 20 guests attended.

One of the women at the soiree went into the bathroom and noticed an electronic device. She believed it was intentionally concealed and aimed at the toilet, and it appeared to be recording video.

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A minister in Texas is facing charges for allegedly providing counseling and drugs to an underage girl to “groom” her for sexual relations with him.

45-year-old Brian Keith Pounds is the head minister at the First Assembly of God Church, and a chaplain at Tyson Foods, both in Vernon, Texas. He has reportedly worked with the church for nearly six years.

Pounds was reportedly giving counseling services to a 15-year-old girl in need of assistance.

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During a string of reported burglaries, an Iowa man allegedly broke into a bank in the middle of the night and made off with their hand sanitizer, but left the money untouched.

39-year-old Mark Gray was convicted last year on a burglary charge, and the man, who lives in Sioux City, is still on probation for the offense.

On August 4, Gray allegedly showed up at the Security National Bank around midnight.

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An assemblyman in California is suspected of child abuse for spanking his daughter, which provoked her school to notify the authorities the day after the alleged incident.

Joaquin Arambula, previously an ER doctor who is now a California state assemblyman in Fresno, has three daughters with his wife Elizabeth. He stated that he loves his children who are ages 3, 6 and 7, and that they “mean the world” to him, and that he and his wife on very rare occasions have used spanking, which is legal in all 50 states, as a form of discipline.

On Sunday evening, Arambula’s 7-year-old daughter reportedly started to misbehave and Arambula administered a spanking to the girl’s bottom as punishment. He said that upon inspection of his daughter’s body afterward, he did not see any visible injuries on her.

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A high school teacher in Visalia was recorded during class while she allegedly sang the National Anthem and used a pair of scissors to cut a child’s hair without his permission.

52-year-old Margaret Gieszinger, an educator since 1987 as stated on her LinkedIn profile, has recently been instructing children in chemistry at the University Preparatory High School in Tulare County.

On Wednesday, someone posted a video online stating that it was recorded in Gieszinger’s first class of the day. The footage showed a male student sitting in a chair in the front of the classroom while the other students were at their desks, and a woman with the appearance of Gieszinger had a pair of scissors in her hand. She was heard yelling the lyrics to the Star Spangled Banner while she is shown taking a portion of the teenage boy’s hair from his head and throwing it behind her.

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