BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The trial for a former Blytheville reserve police officer accused of video voyeurism has been delayed until August.
Chris Hardy is charged with two counts of video voyeurism. Prosecutors accused him of placing a video camera in the room of his home where several teenage girls came to use a tanning bed.
The Blytheville Courier News reports that a judge this week delayed Hardy's trial until Aug. 20. A pretrial hearing was set for Aug. 2.
Police say the girls were 16 and 17. They reported finding camera under some pillows on a couch that was in the same room as the tanning bed.
Hardy has pleaded not guilty.
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