A former Texas A&M University employee who was arrested last month after a video camera was found inside a women's restroom on campus has been charged with four additional counts of improper photography or video in a bathroom or dressing room.
University Police Department officers arrested Peter Baty at his home Thursday morning, authorities said.
He was being held in the Brazos County Jail Thursday morning. A bail amount had not been set by 10:45 a.m.
Baty, who resigned from his job at A&M Transportation Services, was initially arrested after an investigation on May 16 and was released the next day after posting $25,000 bail.
Police said the 54-year-old is accused of placing a small device that appeared to be a phone charger in a single-toilet restroom at the university's Transit Building on Agronomy Road. The restroom is mainly used by employees, officials said.
Authorities did not release information about what led to the additional charges, but after the initial arrest, officials said nearly 800 videos with at least 20 people were discovered on the device.