A Clarke County grand jury this week indicted a man on charges he shot video of college students while peeking though their bedroom windows, OnlineAthens reports. John Adam Evers, 38, was charged with invasion of privacy, two counts of peeping Tom, and three counts of loitering or prowling, according to the indictment filed Tuesday in Clarke County Superior Court. He allegedly took video of a partially clad student three years ago at Players Club apartments on Riverbend Road, but the case went unsolved until his arrest earlier this year for an unrelated incident. Evers was arrested March 30 after a student reported to police that she and her roommate saw a shadowy figure outside their home at Riverbend Club, also on Riverbend Parkway, possibly spying on them.
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