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Complaint: Former Omaha gymnastics coach took video of teen changing

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Posted at 5:55 PM, Jul 14, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-14 19:51:25-04

An Omaha-area gymnastics coach accused of using an iPad to take videos of a 14-year-old girl and a woman changing will face felony charges of manufacturing child pornography, according to the Douglas County Attorney's Office.

According to the criminal complaint, Bryce Fogg took the videos at Premier Gymnastics in Omaha.

Fogg moved to Kansas and took a job at Sunflower Gymnastics, according to gym owner David Doemland. He was fired Thursday, once Doemland found out about the accusations. 

"I asked him if he was aware of the reports — he was not," Doemland said. "And I said 'Well, I cannot have this associated with my gym at all, and you're fired.' He said 'I understand.' And that was it."

Police in Kansas arrested Fogg at his home later in the day after the Omaha Police Department issued a warrant.

The complaint says his significant other discovered the videos on his iPad and brought them to the attention of police. In one video, the bare breasts and backside of the 14-year-old girl are exposed.

Investigators say Fogg can be seen in one of the videos adjusting the iPad.

Fogg is currently being held in Emporia, Kan., awaiting extradition to Omaha to face charges of manufacturing child pornography and unlawful intrusion.

Foggs' fiancee also filed an order for protection, saying Fogg had become violent with her. According to the criminal complaint, Fogg admitted to her through texts that he took the videos.