Published On: Mon, Sep 16th, 2019

Florida: Starke man, Jason Goff, charged with filming students in girl’s locker room

A high school janitor at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs, Florida has been arrested and charged with attempted production of child pornography, secretly filming girl’s in the locker room.


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Jason Brian Goff, 42, of Starke was employed at the school as a custodian when in August, two 14-year-old female students reported a suspected camera in an unassigned, locked locker in the girls’ gym locker room.

When school administrators unlocked the locker, they discovered a cellphone taped to the inside wall of the locker with the camera lens pointed out of a pre-fabricated hole aimed at a changing area. As the school janitor, Goff had access to the area and the ability to unlock the type of locks on the locker containing the cellphone.

A forensic review of the cellphone revealed images and videos of high school girls changing in the locker room. At the end of one of the videos, the phone pans down and a Clay County School identification badge can be seen hanging from the waist of the person holding the phone. The photo on the badge matches the photo on Goff’s Clay County School identification badge. The cellphone also contained “selfie” photos of Goff and text messages from Goff’s phone number.

If convicted, Goff faces a minimum mandatory penalty of 15 years, and up to 30 years, in federal prison and a potential life term of supervised release.

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