Pukwana Man Pleads Not Guilty To Secretly Filming Woman

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A Pukwana man accused of sneaking a camera into a Brule County home to surreptitiously record a woman has pleaded not guilty.
    
Twenty-year-old Jason Pickner was arrested after a woman reported finding the camera concealed in a pile of clothes in her bedroom in mid-May. She found a video of a male on the camera and identified him as Pickner.
    
Pickner faces up to 32 years in prison if convicted of burglary and using a camcorder or camera to secretly record a person. He’s scheduled for trial Oct. 22.
 

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