The music minister at a local church reported to jail earlier this month in connection with charges of invasion of privacy. 35-year old Shane Steck of Cape Girardeau pleaded guilty in February to one count of second-degree invasion of privacy, a class A misdemeanor. Steck, who according to charlestonbaptistassociation.org is the music minister at Illmo Baptist Church, was charged after allegedly taking photos of a 14-year-old through her bedroom window. In November, the girl’s father discovered Steck looking in the her window and holding a cellphone, according to a probable-cause statement by the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Department. He found pictures and videos on the phone of the undressed girl and demanded they be deleted. Steck was read his Miranda rights when he went to the sheriff’s department to update his sex offender registry for a 2010 conviction of possession of child pornography. In February, Judge Scott Thomsen gave Steck a suspended imposition of sentence, placing him on supervised probation for two years. His probation had several conditions, including no contact with the victim, completion of a sex-offender program and counseling and 30 days in the Cape Girardeau County Jail, which began June 1. If Steck breaks any terms of his probation, he would be incarcerated for one year.