NC State cops charge student with peeping at women in campus restrooms

From staff reportsOctober 22, 2013 

Suspect photo from NCSU peeping incident on 21 Oct. 2013

N.C. STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

— Police at North Carolina State University charged a sophomore student Tuesday with two counts of peeping in connection with reports from two women who reported a man was looking at them over the top of toilet stalls in two buildings Monday afternoon.

Korey Jamal Williams, 20, was arrested in his dorm room at 2610 Wolf Village Way on Tuesday morning after detectives got warrants charging him, Maj. David Kelly said.

A booking report from the Wake County detention Center lists his permanent address as 7921 Castlelake Court in Raleigh.

The women told police a man had looked at them from adjoining toilet stalls, apparently standing on the toilet after following the women into the restrooms.

Police distributed a photo captured by a security camera aimed at the door of one of the restrooms and began getting calls about the man’s possible identity, Kelly said.

The first woman told police the man followed her into a women's restroom in the 1911 building at 4:25 p.m.

The second victim said the man looked over a stall at her about 25 minutes later in Ricks Hall.

The N.C. State online student directory lists Williams as a social work major.

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