A student at Ripon College accused of videotaping women in the shower has been charged.
19-year-old Demetrious Moll- a sophomore at the school, faces more than six years in prison.
He's currently being held in the Fond du Lac county jail.
According to the criminal complaint, a number of female students may have been videotaped showering in the dorms, at Ripon College.
Investigators say Demetrious Moll,who was recently arrested, was found with 17 files on his computer- containing video, some up to 2 minutes long.
Captain Bill Wallner, of the Ripon Police Department, said, "Basically what happened was, from speaking with witnesses, and victims, is that there were times, when the victims observed something flash above them or below them, and observed the cell phone, and then reported that."
Moll- originally, from St. Louis, told investigators, he had just broken up with his girlfriend.
Being a student, he was able to use his access card, to gain entry, to several of the female dorms.
For students, it's unsettling.
"It kind of took me by surprise actually, because I live in the apartments, so we don't really hear a lot about what's going on, in the dorms, and I was just really shocked," said Katie Majeroski, a Ripon College senior.
Police say the incidents started last September, and continued thru January. At this point, they don't believe, any of the images, have been distributed online.
College officials say Moll is banned from campus, and they're reviewing security procedures.
"We've tried to go out with emails, as they've been timely, to remind students and faculty, and staff of where things are at. Most importantly, share with them, the security measures that do exist, and have existed," said Chris Ogle, Vice President, of the college, and Dean of Students.
As police review the videos, it's likely more victims could be identified.
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