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Garrett J. Monds, 27, was arrested by the Syracuse Police Department on Friday and charged with unlawful surveillance in the second degree, said Syracuse Police Department Sgt. Richard Helterline in a press release issued Monday afternoon. Last Wednesday, Jan. DPS officers then observed Monds leaving the bathroom, Helterline said. Police later determined that Monds was using a cell phone to videotape women in the bathroom, Helterline said.
The university did not immediately respond to a request for comment on this story. Monds is currently lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center, records show. According to CNYCentral, Monds has been arrested for similar incidents on two separate occasions in the past year. As a Onondaga Community College student, Monds was placed on interim suspension in spring after being charged with unlawful surveillance for taking photos of women in a bathroom, police said, according to CNYCentral. Monds, while working at a Rite Aid Warehouse in Liverpool last fall, was also arrested and charged with unlawful surveillance in the second degree after police said he took photos of a woman in a bathroom there, according to CNYCentral.
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