Murray Voyeurism Case Bound Over to Grand Jury
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MURRAY - A former Murray High School teacher and coach accused of placing a video recorder in a bathroom was in court on Thursday. 

According to the Calloway County Circuit Court Clerk, Mark Boggess appeared before Calloway County District Judge Randall Hutchens, where he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. This means his case is bound over to a Calloway County Grand Jury.

Boggess was arrested April 25 by Murray Police after staff reported finding a recording device set up in the bathroom of the nurse's station. Police say the recorder captured Boggess putting the device in place, and he was arrested after being questioned. He then resigned his job. 

Boggess is charged with three counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor and four counts of voyeurism. 

A grand jury is set to convene on June 4, but the court clerk could not confirm if this case will be heard at that time. 

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Published 05:36 PM, Thursday May. 30, 2019
Updated 07:51 PM, Friday May. 31, 2019

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