'Secret peeper' pleads guilty in ECU locker room case

There has been another guilty plea for the man accused of secretly recording men in sports team locker rooms.

LaDarryl Strong of Ayden admitted in court on Tuesday that he recorded people in the men's locker rooms at East Carolina University. In a plea deal, Strong pleaded guilty to one count of secret peeping.

In 2013, the former Lenoir County Schools employee pleaded guilty to videotaping inside the Carolina Mudcats' locker room in Zebulon and given a suspended 45-day sentence and probation. Police there found hundreds of video files, forwarding some to ECU police after one video showed a purple and gold locker room.

The ECU cases occurred between January 2006 and June 2006, according to police. The university says Strong was never employed, nor was he a student at ECU.

Records show Strong's probation was revoked on the Wake County plea after he was arrested at Clement Hall, an ECU dorm, on August 30th around 2:30 a.m. Part of his probation put the man under a 7:00 p.m. curfew.

Strong is now serving that 45-day sentence.

As for the peeping at ECU, Strong was given a suspended sentence and placed on probation for 18 months.