A Warsaw man who was affiliated with Warsaw Community Schools is spending about the next two months in jail after pleading guilty to voyeurism.
When Daniel Andres Zambrano, 36, was first arrested in October, he was a member of WCS support staff. He came under fire when two 16-year-old girls and a 17-year-old girl at Warsaw Community High School told school staff they were being photographed or videotaped from a cell phone camera under a desk. (See related story)
Zambrano was charged with three class A misdemeanor offenses of public voyeurism. He admitted to investigators that on numerous occasions during the 2011 and 2012 school years, he recorded under the desks and up the skirts or dresses of minor female students.
On Thursday, Zambrano was sentenced in Kosciusko County Superior Court II on a plea bargain deal that dismissed one of the counts. Ultimately, the Warsaw man was ordered to pay court fines of $446 and had sentenced to 670 days in jail, with all but 60 days suspended.
At the time of the incidents and his arrest, Zambrano was a part-time support staff member in the English as a Second Language program at WCHS.