WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The Purdue University Police Department has identified a suspect involved in recently reported voyeurism incidents in Hawkins Residence Hall.
Hojune Lee, 20, a Purdue sophomore in undergraduate studies from South Korea and a resident of Hawkins Hall, was questioned by Purdue police investigators Friday.
The matter has been turned over to the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office for review and formal charges.
Police received reports on Dec. 9 and early Friday of a male student stepping into an eighth-floor bathroom while females were showering. A Purdue police investigation led to Lee.
The Purdue Office of the Dean of Students also will review the case for possible disciplinary action.
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