Ex-Norwalk teacher accused of filming students

A Norwalk high school teacher is facing charges of voyeurism for allegedly recording inappropriate videos of students, police say.



The former Brien McMahon High School teacher David Marchetti was arrested after an investigation lasting several months, police say.



Students had complained about Marchetti's conduct, prompting the investigation.



The special victims unit eventually obtained a warrant to search Marchetti's phone, where they found the videos.



The former teacher resigned at the end of the year and posted $25,000 bond after his arrest Thursday.


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