WESTPORT, Conn. — Prosecutors began to detail the pornography case against a 29-year-old former Westport lifeguard at his arraignment on Thursday in Norwalk Superior Court, according to the Connecticut Post.
Michael Collins, who was the head lifeguard at Burying Hill Beach, secretly photographed and videotaped his female colleagues inside the lifeguard shack as they undressed for work and later pasted their photos on his bedroom wall along with other disturbing images and words, the Post said.
Collins entered no plea to the 431 counts of voyeurism, 431 counts of eavesdropping and one count of third-degree possession of child pornography, the Post said.
Police found 11 images on Collins’ computer of girls ages 8 to 10 engaged in sex acts with adult men, the Post said.
His next court date is Jan. 22 in Stamford.
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