DA offers Aikins deal in surveillance case

NORWICH – The District Attorney’s office has offered former Norwich City School District employee Jonathan L. Aikins a deal that would send him to state prison for the next one to three years.



In June, Aikins, a former swimming coach, was charged with unlawfully videotaping an unknown number of students in a girls locker room – allegedly between the months of February and June 2011 – at the Norwich High School.

On Wednesday, Aikins waived his right to appear before a grand jury.

Aikins could face a maximum sentence of up to 16 years if convicted at trial on all four counts of second degree unlawful surveillance, a class E felony, according to First Assistant District Attorney Stephen Dunshee.


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