Ex-WSU student accused of recording men in restroom

Tom Greenwood
The Detroit News
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Detroit — A former student at Wayne State University has been arraigned on multiple charges after he was arrested for allegedly recording men as they used a restroom.

Frederick Delorean Walker, 32, has been charged by the Wayne Count Prosecutor's Office with four counts of distributing an image of an unclothed person, one count of using a computer to commit a crime and one count of eavesdropping-manufacture/possession of devise.

Walker was arraigned Tuesday morning in 36th District Court. He received a $10,000 personal bond. A probable cause conference has been scheduled for May 5 and a preliminary examination for May 12.

"This incident occurred in September when a student was using a stall in the men's room at State Hall," said Wayne State University spokesman Matthew Lockwood. "As he was using the stall, he noticed what seemed to be a recording device in a backpack located between the stalls. He finished his business, went outside and called the WSU police."

According to Lockwood, campus police found Walker, arrested him and confiscated his backpack. Lockwood said Walker was last enrolled at the university in 2013.


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