Kentucky State Police still are investigating an alleged videotaping incident at Boyle County Middle School last week, but no arrests have been made in the case.
A spokesman for the KSP post in Richmond said Saturday that no charges have been filed in the incident, and that she expected charges, if any, would not be made until after the weekend.
KSP Detectives Chris Crockett and Monte Owens are heading the investigation, and police were at the school Thursday. Police have not commented on what has been found to this point, nor would they say what may have been removed from the classroom office for the investigation. They also would not comment on whether or not a search warrant has been executed at the home of the accused teacher.
Commonwealth's Attorney Richard Bottoms said Saturday the initial focus of the investigation was to ensure future incidents would not occur, and now the involved agencies are conducting a "thorough investigation of the allegation."