Officials at Fairfield Optimist Soccer Club said they immediately suspended coaching director Craig Rhodis after he was charged with voyeurism for allegedly videotaping two women changing while they were at his Liberty Township residence for “training sessions.”
Club president Nick Goodwin declined further comment about the accusations involving Rhodis.
Rhodis, 42, was due in Butler County Area II court this morning for arraignment on the first-degree misdemeanor charges. He is charged with two counts of voyeurism.
Butler County sheriff’s detectives arrested Rhodis Monday. He is free on a $2,000 bond.
Sheriff’s officials said Rhodis came under investigation after a 17-year-old woman complained that she thought she was being videotaped while changing clothes in the bathroom at Rhodis’ home.
That investigation uncovered a second alleged victim, who is 21 and also had attended a training session at Rhodis’ home.