Kingston Police have identified and charged a man who is accused of attempting to record a woman in a washroom on Queen’s University campus.
The incident occurred on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018 when the accused man entered a women’s washroom on Queen’s campus. While in the washroom, the female victim saw the man reaching under a washroom stall partition and using a cellphone to attempt to record her. The victim fled the scene and alerted a passerby. Together, the pair confronted the accused as he exited the washroom, and, after a brief conversation, the accused man left the area. Queen’s Campus Security and Emergency Services was notified and Kingston Police were contacted.
The Kingston Police Criminal Investigation Division began an investigation and, with the assistance of Queen’s Campus Security and Emergency Services, were able to identify the accused man.
On Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, the accused man was located and arrested by Kingston Police. The 21-year-old Kingston man was charged with voyeurism and later released on conditions with a future court date.