VOYEURISM & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE? Christian youth camp leader jailed on suspicion of voyeurism and domestic violence [#TallTimberRanch #NorthwestCoastPresbyterianChurch] 10/02
Chelan County sheriff’s deputies this week arrested the director of an Upper Valley Christian youth camp, on suspicion of voyeurism and domestic violence.
David Mark Saugen, 45, of Plain allegedly recorded video or images of a teen showering in his home on Sept. 20, 2020.
David Mark Saugen’s also accused of shoving and injuring a family member who saw the alleged incident and confronted him.
Deputies say David Mark Saugen admitted elements of the crimes to his family, and was arrested Wednesday afternoon, after they contacted police.
David Mark Saugen has been executive director since 2015 of Tall Timber Ranch, a 130-acre camp complex on White River Road northwest of Lake Wenatchee.
The camp is affiliated with the Northwest Coast Presbyterian Church, and hosts Bible-based retreats for children and young adults.
On Friday David Mark Saugen remained held in the Chelan County Regional Justice Center on $25,000 bond.
Deputies are seeking charges of first-degree voyeurism and fourth-degree domestic assault.
Prosecutors have until Monday to file charges.
Christian camp leader jailed in voyeurism investigation: