POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — A southeastern Idaho man who authorities say used his cellphone to make a video recording of a woman in the showers at the Lava Hot Springs KOA has pleaded not guilty to one felony count of video voyeurism. The Idaho State Journal reports (http://bit.ly/XIKtWx) that Cory Del Unsworth made the plea Monday in Sixth District Court. Police say a Utah woman in December reported she spotted a cellphone pointed toward her from beneath the shower-room door.

Unsworth denied any involvement when questioned by police. But police say he later apologized to the family and when again questioned by police admitted to taking video of women in showers with his cellphone on 30 different occasions over the past four years. Unsworth managed the campground and was the chairman of the Lava Hot Springs Planning & Zoning Commission.