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Reporter For The Oklahoman Accused Of Taking 'Upskirt' Photos

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Nathaniel Campfield Nathaniel Campfield
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Oklahoma City Police arrested a man doing a report for The Oklahoman after witnesses at the Cox Convention Center accused him of taking photos up girls' dresses during the graduation ceremony for Moore's high schools.

Witnesses called police around 8:40 p.m. on May 25. They said a man identified as 31-year-old Nathaniel "Zeke" Campfield appeared to be taking inappropriate photos of girls. Witnesses held Campfield at the scene until police arrived.

When officers arrived, witnesses said Campfield had brushed up against several women multiple times, making them feel uncomfortable. Other witnesses told police they'd seen Campfield holding his camera very low. They'd also heard it clicking as it took photos.

When police questioned Campfield, he insisted he hadn't taken any inappropriate pictures. He said he was at the convention center to do a report for The Oklahoman on Moore's high school graduation ceremonies.

Police checked Campfield's camera but found no images on it and no SD card inside the camera. Police searched Campfield and the area, but could not find the SD card. Campfield claimed he left the card at home.

Police contacted The Oklahoman, which confirmed Campfield was doing a report for the newspaper. The newspaper also said Campfield's camera did not work without an SD card.

Although police could not find the SD card or any of the alleged photos, officers arrested Campfield and booked him into the Oklahoma County jail for assault and battery.

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