Suspect is a former student who has been banned from campus; police are still investigating.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Daryl Nerl
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
A Northampton Community College official said Tuesday that the college believes it has identified the suspect who was stalking women inside of ladies’ room stalls on the main campus. “The individual is a former student and has been banned from campus while the police finalize the investigation,” according to an e-mail sent to the campus community by Mardi McGuire-Closson, the vice president for student affairs and the dean of students. The college issued a security alert last week to alert women that a man had, on at least two occasions, entered ladies’ rooms and looked under the doors of bathroom stalls in the Communications Hall on December 2 and the Residence Hall on December 7. In her e-mail, McGuire-Closson wrote that the college …
A Peeping Tom, who has yet to be identified, creates security alert at Northampton Community College's main campus in Bethlehem Township.
At 1:37 p.m. today, Dec. 8, Northampton Community College (NCC) sent out an emergency text message telling all students, faculty and staff to "Please read your NCC e-mail for an important security alert." In addition to e-mail, the alert was also described in detail on NCC's Facebook fan page: "On Friday, December 2, a staff member using the ladies room in Communications Hall on the Main Campus (in Bethlehem Township) saw a male come into the restroom and look under the bathroom stalls. The staff member called for help and the man fled. "Last night (Wednesday, December 7) a similar incident was reported in the Residence Hall. Video footage indicates the same individual was involved in both cases. Many parties have been shown the picture, …