Eau Claire (WQOW) — A man studying to a be a K-12 teacher is charged after allegedly placing a camera in a woman’s home to capture nude images of her.
Matthew Miller, 22, faces three counts of capturing an intimate representation without consent.
Police said in November, the victim noticed some things in her room had been moved. As she looked around, she told police she found a hidden camera. She said when she confronted Miller, he admitted to placing the camera there.
Police looked at the SD cards and found video and photos of the victim, sometimes undressed. They also found images of Miller setting up the camera in her room.
The victim reported the incident to the Dean of Students at UW-Eau Claire. The school has since put Miller on probation.
Miller was released on signature bond on Friday. He returns to court February 19. If convicted on all three charges, he faces up to ten and a half years in prison.