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Former Salem volleyball coach secretly recorded teen girls in a church

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A Salem grand jury has indicted former volunteer volleyball coach Dewayne Barger on 17 new charges related to secretly videotaping teen girls.

Barger turned himself in this morning and was released again on bond, Salem commonwealth's attorney Tom Bowers said.

The offense date listed on each of the 17 new charges was October 14, 2012.

Salem police said Barger was secretly recording members of a girl's youth volleyball team as they changed clothes at a church.

Police declined to give the name of the church where it happened.

Barger was originally charged with similar crimes in March.

Police said Barger taped teen girls changing in two different locations--- his apartment, and the church.

You can see more on this story tonight on WSLS 10 at 5 and 6.

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