No charges filed against P.E. teacher accused of locker-room peeping

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ESCONDIDO, Calif. -- No charges will be filed against a male teacher who was accused of  watching a female student change clothes in the girl's locker room at a North County high school, police said Friday.

The alleged peeping incident happened Thursday at San Pasqual High School, according to a statement from Dr. Olga West, an assistant superintendent with the Escondido Union High School District.

A female student reported that a male P.E teacher watched her changing into her P.E. clothes from the doorway of locker room, according to a statement from the Escondido Police Department. The teacher, whose name was not released, was placed on paid leave while school officials and police investigated the allegation, West said.

After interviewing witnesses, police investigators determined that there was no evidence that the teacher broke any laws, police said.  School officials, who were conducting their own investigation, would determine if the teacher violated any district policies, police added.

"The District anticipates completing its internal investigation next week. The male teacher remains on paid administrative leave," West said in a statement issued Friday afternoon.

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