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Case continued for man accused of filming women in college bathroom

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©  The following photo of Michael Tormey McKenna was provided by the Middletown Police Department. © The following photo of Michael Tormey McKenna was provided by the Middletown Police Department.
MIDDLETOWN, CT (WFSB) -

A lawyer for a West Hartford man, who was arrested after he was accused of videotaping women inside a bathroom at Wesleyan University last month, appeared in court Monday.

After hearing "a faint beep," a female student observed a small digital camera in a bathroom on the third floor of the Olin Library on Feb. 17, according to police. She told police, who located Michael Tormey McKenna, 30.

McKenna, who is not a Wesleyan student, and said he was walking around after an argument with his roommate.

After searching his motor vehicle, police located a small silver digital camera, which was tucked in a seat pocket.

The camera had 14 separate videos, which showed the inside of a bathroom stall and showed women using the toilet, police said.

McKenna, who told police that "he was not proud of his fetish," was arrested and charged with third-degree criminal trespass, voyeurism and breach of peace.

On Monday, an attorney for McKenna appeared in Middlesex Superior Court. His client's case was continued until March 27.

The search warrant has been sealed in the case until later this week.

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