Tuesday, March 22, 2011

UTC Student Arrested for Planting Cameras in Rooms


A UTC student was arrested for more than a dozen felonies because police said he was breaking into girl's apartments and installing hidden cameras.

This is the second time 23-year-old Bernard V. Morris finds himself in trouble on charges related to stalking women. Three years ago we reported he was under a $1.2-million bond because Judge Bob Meeks thought he was a threat to women. Morris served less than a year in prison in 2007 for stalking and setting at least one house on fire.

Now a chilling story is unfolding on the UTC campus. Morris is back in jail on 12 counts of aggravated burglary and one count of aggravated arson.

UTC police said Morris set up secret cameras and microphones inside several girl's dorms in the the Stophel and Guerry Apartments.

Records show the female students who live there told UTC police when they came back from spring break Sunday night they noticed things were not quite right with their clocks, radios and even a decorative snow globe. When officers inspected the items they found tiny, hidden cameras inside them.


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