Man wanted on Peeping Tom charge arrested

Posted at 3:45 PM, May 24, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-24 15:45:00-04

A man charged in a Peeping Tom incident at Towson University earlier this month was arrested Monday in Hanover.

The man, Zachary Anthony Campbell, 25, was located and arrested at a nearby McDonalds after Anne Arundel County Police received a complaint of an incident at Arundel Mills Mall.

Campbell is being charged with Peeping Tom, resisting arrest and a related charge. He was being held Tuesday in lieu of $75,000 bail.

Police said the complainant at Arundel Mills Mall told police she was using the ladies restroom when Campbell allegedly walked in, put his phone under the stall and “either began filming or photographing.”

Police said officers were able to find the suspect based on the description from the victim and quick assistance from mall security.

Police issued a arrest warrant for Campbell's arrest on May 4, just two days after an incident was reported at Towson University.

At Towson, Campbell went into a ladies restroom on the third floor of the College of Liberal Arts building, one of the most trafficked academic buildings on campus, where he allegedly placed a cell phone underneath a stall divider and took photos of the occupant.

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