Former Student Arrested in Miller Hall Bathroom For Recording A Student


Police and Pace security at Miller Hall after the incident occurred. Photo by Kevin Czerwinski.

Sean Browne, Editor in Chief

A former Pace student was arrested for taking pictures of a current Pace student while he was using a urinal in Miller Hall’s first-floor bathroom on Monday afternoon.

The suspect was hiding in one of the bathroom stalls, he took his phone, and started to record a student while he was using the urinal, according to Executive Director of Safety and Security Vincent Beatty.

The current student told a faculty member who then summoned the Mount Pleasant Police Department after he realized what occurred.

The student recognized the shoes of the suspect and police were able to use that information to arrest him, as he was waiting outside of the bathroom.

The arrest occurred at about 5:30 PM, according to Beatty.

Both parties could not be reached at the time.

It is unsure if the victim will being pressing charges of any kind or if the suspect will remain in police custody.

This is a developing story and will be updated once more information is made to The Pace Chronicle.