Former Davenport H.S. counselor killed in crash


Charles Jungblom file photoLaw enforcement officials say a 70-year-old Davenport man was killed Sunday afternoon when a deer that had been struck by another car crashed through his windshield near Sagle.  The Idaho State Police said in a news release that 70-year-old Charles Jungblom was in the front passenger seat of his 2008 Chrysler Town and Country when the collision occurred on U.S. Highway 95 near Sagle over the weekend.

According to ISP, 68-year-old David Bannister of Sagle was driving north on Highway 95 when he hit a deer. That deer then flew into Jungblom's windshield and killed him. 

Back in 1994, Jungblom was a Davenport High School counselor who was convicted of forcing teen girls to appear in pornographic movies he shot.  The Davenport School District confirmed Jungblom was the same man who served five years in prison for making those videos in the 90's. 

In 1997 a jury awarded a former student who said Jungblom raped her with $3.5 million. 

(story and photo: KHQ.com)

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