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Police: IU student recorded women showering

Posted at 9:10 AM, Apr 22, 2016

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A student at Indiana University has been arrested after he recorded video in the women's shower stalls, police say.

The first report was made on April 2 after a woman said somebody stuck their cell phone into the stall in the Wright Quad showers. Another report was made on April 12 in the same dorm, police said.

On April 16, police found a student, 18-year-old Donte Montague, matching the suspect's description smoking marijuana in his dorm. He was questioned, then arrested on voyeurism charges. 

IU Police are looking at Montague's laptop, but there is no evidence the material has been released onto the internet. 

Montague was photographed wearing a IU "Culture of Care" tank top. Culture of Care is a student organization promoting sexual well-being, mental health, alcohol and drug awareness, and respect.

According to an IU spokesperson, Montague is still a student while he is investigated by the Office of Student Ethics, but has been removed from the residence hall.

Anybody with any information should contact IU Police at 812-855-4111.

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