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David Douglas HS employee charged in Troutdale peeping case

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Joshua Lockman, jail booking photo (Courtesy: Multnomah County Sheriff's Office) Joshua Lockman, jail booking photo (Courtesy: Multnomah County Sheriff's Office)
Skyland Pub in Troutdale (KPTV) Skyland Pub in Troutdale (KPTV)
TROUTDALE, OR (KPTV) -

A David Douglas High School employee was arrested earlier this month for allegedly filming a woman while she was using the restroom in a Troutdale bar.

Joshua Lockman, 30, was charged with attempted invasion of personal privacy June 11 outside of Skyland Pub, where investigators said the crime occurred.

According to court documents, Lockman attempted to photograph and video the victim while she was nude. 

A spokesman for the David Douglas School District told Fox 12 Lockman has been a night custodian at David Douglas High since 2014. Following his arrest, Lockman has been placed on leave from the job. 

According to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, Lockman was also charged with a DUII because he was intoxicated as he attempted to leave the pub before the arrest. 

Investigators said there’s a possibility there are others victims in the case. 

Lockman has pleaded not guilty to his charges. His trial is set for July. 

A Skyland Pub manager said the business has no comment on the incident. 

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