Police: Scecina coach was subject of voyeurism investigation before deadly crash

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 2, 2014) - Indiana State Police detectives confirm they were investigating allegations of voyeurism prior to the death of a beloved Scecina High School volleyball coach.

Brian Hawkins, 44, was killed after his Ford Edge hit a bridge support head-on in the 900 block of South Emerson Avenue on Sept. 23. Despite his death, detectives said they will continue the investigation.

Shortly before his death officers executed a search warrant at his house. A judge signed a search warrant one day before the crash. According to court documents, his girlfriend found a DVD with recorded sex acts. Police believe the women on that DVD did not know they were being recorded.

The girlfriend said they met on Match.com and dated for three to four months. She told police she decided to borrow some DVDs and found recordings of Hawkins engaged in sex acts with three women.

Records show the State Police investigation began on September 10. During the course of the investigation police contacted one of the women in the recordings. The woman told police she never consented to being recorded leading detectives to believe any other recordings of unknown women were done without their knowledge. Court documents go on to say both women expressed concern because of Hawkins worked as a teach and volleyball coach.

"At this point, I don't have any reason to believe minors are involved, but I'm still sorting through the evidence," said Detective Harris Smith with ISP.

Harris said he is still sorting through evidence, which includes recorded media. He also expressed concern about protecting any other potential victims.

Hawkins was never arrested or charged with any crime.

FOX59 has reached out to Scecina High School for comment. You can read their statement here: Scecina Memorial High School Statement