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Wesleyan officers fired, accused of voyeurism

Published 05/01/2013 12:00 AM
Updated 05/01/2013 06:47 AM

Middletown (AP) — Wesleyan University has fired two campus police officers who are accused of spying on a female student.

Mike Whaley, the school's vice president of student affairs, said in a statement that the officers are accused of "surreptitiously viewing and possibly video recording a female student in her residence."

The school notified students in an email Tuesday night, but did not identify the officers or where the voyeurism allegedly took place.

The statement called the alleged voyeurism an intolerable breach of trust.

The school says the officers are cooperating in a police investigation.

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