His WIFE gave him the code to get into the locker room.
A former Indiana State University student has been charged with 20 counts of voyeurism. He allegedly hid a camera in a locker room and several other places on campus, including taking photos looking up women’s skirts. He then posted image and videos on the internet, under the username “dabadge.”
The crime came to light when a witness submitted a report on April 30 about a spy camera in the locker room of the girls’ volleyball team. Other videos uploaded were from various locations around campus – the student rec center, swimming pool and hot tub area, walkways, the science room and an ISU employee’s office.
Through their own surveillance videos, officials were able to identify their suspect: 23-year-old Nick Pledger. Officials obtained a search warrant on May 6 and took him into custody. They also interview his wife, who admitted that she had given him the code to the women’s locker room.
Indiana State University has released Pledger from the ROTC program and ordered him not to return to campus. Authorities believe the incidents began in 2015. He has been released from the Vigo County Jail and retained an attorney. A trial date is set for October 24.
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