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Okla. newspaper reporter arrested, accused of taking up-skirt pictures

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma newspaper reporter has been arrested, accused of taking lewd pictures up the skirts of girls at a graduation ceremony over the weekend.

Officers arrested Nathaniel Campfield, 31, for assault and battery.

The police report states witnesses said they saw Campfield taking pictures up the skirts of girls at the Cox Center during a graduation ceremony Saturday evening.

The report states Campfield bumped into the girls numerous times and one girl said there was no reason for it because they were not in a crowded area.

After witnesses confronted him, they said Campfield denied taking the lewd photos.

According to the report, Campfield told officers he was covering the graduation for The Oklahoman.

Police asked to see the photos on his camera and said no photos were stored on the device and the memory card was missing.

Campfield told them he forgot the card at home.

They searched him and his belongings but didn’t find the memory card.

Nathaniel 'Zeke' Campfield

Nathaniel ‘Zeke’ Campfield

According to the Oklahoman’s website,

“Zeke Campfield covers state politics and government. He has been reporting for The Oklahoman and NewsOK since February, 2012. He is a graduate of the University of Montana, and worked previously as a reporter for the Lawton Constitution.”

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