According to department records, Fort Wayne Police were called to the Glenaqua Pool club in Northeast Fort Wayne on August seventh of last year. Someone called police saying there was as suspicious man taking pictures of his daughter at the pool
When police arrived, the father told an officer that when he approached the man, he became very nervous and quickly began deleting photos from his cell phone.
Police would reportedly identify that man as Coach Michael Lindsay of Bishop Luers High School.
Shortly after making contact with the worried father, police were approached by a board member from the swim club. The woman told police Lindsay would often come to the club by himself, and this wasn't the first time he had been accused of taking pictures.
"[Pool board member] stated approximately ten parents have approached her in the past and made allegations against lindsay that he put a camera in his bag and used it to take pictures of young boys and girls in the locker room," the police report reads.
The report goes on to list several other scenarios where Lindsay had allegedly been caught taking pictures.
Police would later contact lindsay at Bishop Luers High School about the allegations. Lindsay denied taking pictures of children, but did acknowledge that he had been accused once in the past -- he said at the time, he was looking at 'football plays' on his cellphone, not using the camera.