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Feds seize electronics from teacher facing child porn charges

Feds seize electronics from teacher facing child porn charges
Jason Christopher Paur
SEATTLE -- Federal investigators are analyzing a stash of electronics seized from the home of a former Seattle high school coach accused of secretly videotaping his students.

Newly released court documents show the federal government raided Jason Paur's Green Lake home in December and hauled off computers, cameras, phones and dozens of flash drives.

Paur, who was a coach and substitute teacher at the Bush School, was arrested in Canada last month after he allegedly surreptitiously videotaped students during a school-sponsored skiing trip.

The 43-year old is now facing a host of criminal charges, including three counts of voyeurism, three counts of breaking and entering, a count of possessing child pornography and a count of accessing child pornography, according to Neil Mackenzie, a spokesman for the British Columbia Provincial Prosecution.

Paur remains in jail in Canada.