Day Care Owner Pleads Not Guilty To Voyeurism, Child Endangering

AKRON, Ohio – A local day care owner accused of videotaping little girls at his Northfield Center Township facility pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to all of the charges against him, including voyeurism and child endangering, Action News reported.

David Corsi, 54, was released on bond and placed under a "no contact" order with patrons and employees of the K D Day Care & Preschool.

Corsi (pictured, above) is accused of having a little boy videotape a little girl through a hole in a bathroom ceiling tile last year. He also is accused of allowing other boys in the day care to view the tape.

All of the bathrooms and the shower in the day-care center had holes in ceiling tiles that appeared positioned to view the toilet and shower, Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh said.

Corsi, of Malvern, also is accused of showing a boy at the day care center a nude photograph sometime in the last 2½ years.

He faces a maximum of 17 years in prison if convicted.

His attorney, James Burdon, has described Corsi as a man of exemplary character who has the support and confidence of his staff and customers.

The center, which can serve as many as 100 children ranging from infants to preteens, opened in 1996.