A federal search warrant was served on Dec. 12 at the Green Lake home of Jason C. Paur, a substitute teacher and coach at The Bush School in Madison Valley who has been charged with voyeurism and other offenses in Canada.

The search-warrant return listed 14 items seized during the search, including a laptop computer, cameras, hard drives and cell phones.

Paur, 43, had been chaperoning a ski-team trip to a resort near Vernon, B.C., when female students found his video camera in one of their rooms, according to a statement from The Bush School.

The camera had been partially hidden by curtains, sated the U.S. Department of Homeland Security search-warrant application. The three girls who found the camera played a video recording, which showed Paur setting it up.

The camera — which Paur had later admitted to setting up to another chaperone — was ultimately turned over to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Paur has been on administrative leave since his arrest.