Maryland Man Nabbed on Second Bathroom Peeping Charge

Anne Arundel County Police photo/Screenshot
Anne Arundel County Police photo/Screenshot

Police report that a Baltimore man who was charged with peeping on women in a Towson University bathroom has now been charged with a second incident in a Hanover shopping mall.

Court records indicate that police arrested Zachary Anthony Campbell near the Arundel Mills mall in Hanover, Maryland, after complaints from women who said Campbell was lurking in a woman’s bathroom and holding his cell phone under stalls to take cell phone video of them.

Victims described a man, later identified as Campbell, whom officers found at a nearby McDonald’s restaurant.

Police apprehended him and charged him with peeping with prurient intent in a private place, resisting arrest, as well as second-degree attempted escape.

This is the second time in less than a month that Campbell has been accused of peeping; the suspect was also arrested for a May 2 incident that occurred on the third floor of the College of Liberal Arts building at Towson University, just north of Baltimore.

Campbell is now being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center in lieu of a $75,000 bond.

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