An elementary school employee in Georgia is accused of putting a camera in a bathroom to spy on children, according to a report.
Justin Craig Julian, 37, was recently arrested by police in Cobb County, Georgia, according to CBS 46.
The TV station obtained his arrest warrant and it said Julian placed a camera in the boy’s bathroom at Blackwell Elementary School on Jan. 26.
Police said Julian used the camera to watch two boys — aged 10 and 8 — use the urinal, according to CBS 46.
He was charged with three counts of eavesdropping-surveillance. He was also charged with first-degree cruelty to a child because one of the victims was distraught before telling a teacher, the report noted.
Cobb County Schools District officials released a statement to CBS 46 after the arrest.
“As soon as the administration discovered the issue, they immediately reported it to police and are fully cooperating with the investigation,” it read. “The allegations against a school employee are abhorrent, totally unacceptable, and violate our employee code of conduct. The employee has been arrested, and all applicable laws and district policies will be strongly enforced in every possible way. We ask the community to continue to join us to make sure our schools are safe by reporting any safety concerns to the District’s tipline via call, text or email.”