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Prosecutors say Roberts, who knew his neighbors well, placed the camera inside their home while the family wasn't there last spring.
The neighbor discovered the camera and called police.
A 22-year-old Harrison man who was volunteering at a church was arrested Tuesday and charged with exchanging nude photos with a 15-year-old girl in the congregation, court records show.
Alexander Baggett was serving as a youth ministry volunteer at the Church of the Highlands in Chattanooga when he "solicited and exchanged" the photos with the girl via Snapchat, a social media app, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. The photos were exchanged between March and May, according to court records.
Authorities say Roberts told the neighbor he was testing the camera because his Wi-Fi wasn't working.
They say footage shows Roberts naked inside the neighbor's closet and master bathroom.
Nixon admitted to taking acid and said that God gave him the acid because God wanted him to be free, according to a news release from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.
However, the charges that Nixon gathered during the incident indicate that he might not be free for a while.
His new album "Here You Are" features a personal collection of songs that had a major influence on his career.According to the affidavit, Baggett told the girl that if it was God's will for him to go to jail, he'd go to jail, but if it was God's will for him to be clear, then he'd be clear.He was charged with two counts of the sexual exploitation of a minor and three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor through electronic means.Several 1980s hitmakers will visit Chattanooga this summer as part of a national tour. Artists scheduled to perform are Billy Ocean, Taylor Dayne, Starship (featuring Mickey Thomas), The Motels (featuring Martha Davis) and Naked Eyes.Replay America: The Ultimate '80s Festival will be Aug. Fans can expect to hear chart-topping hits "Caribbean Queen," "Get Out of My Dreams," "Tell It to My Heart," "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," "We Built This City" and "Always Something There to Remind Me." Tickets start at for reserved seating, with various other ticket packages available. Several VIP packages are available, including reserved seating and a chance to meet the artists. Presented by American Classic Concerts with sponsorship by Sirius XM and '80s on 8, the concert features an evening of co-headlining performances from an eclectic mix of 1980s superstars.