A Zebulon man was who was arrested last year and charged with secretly videotaping players as they changed and showered inside the Carolina Mudcats' visitors clubhouse was sentenced to probation after accepting a plea agreement in March.
LaDarryl Strong, 33, was charged with felony secret peeping after Mudcats employees caught a man dressed as a maintenance worker and videotaping Wilmington Blue Rocks players following a Carolina League game at Five County Stadium on April 2012.
As part of the plea agreement, Strong is not allowed at Five County Stadium and must submit to random searches of electronics, according to court documents. His supervision was transferred to authorities in Pitt County.
Zebulon police seized 50 electronic devices from Strong's home. Police searched these devices but did not find additional recordings from Five County Stadium. Other videos were found from other locker rooms. One recording was taken in a locker room painted in purple and gold. Those recordings were sent to East Carolina University for further investigation.