A Crystal Lake Central High School student accused of planting a camera in a boy's locker room is out on bail following a court appearance Friday, according to the Northwest Herald.
Bond was set at $15,000 for Luke P. Gildea, 17, of Crystal Lake. The high school junior posted the necessary 10 percent, or $1,500 bail, and was released, the NWH reports.
Gildea is accused of videotaping "subjects entering and exiting the shower" at the high school , located at 45 W. Franklin St., according to the criminal complaint.
Gildea faces two felony counts of unauthorized videotaping, according to online court records. He is next expected in court on March 12.
Gildea was arrested late Thursday night. And an automated e-mail statement was sent to Crystal Lake Central parents on Thursday afternoon regarding the pinhole camera found in the locker room.
More about this story in this related Crystal Lake-Cary Patch article: Student Arrested for Camera Found in Locker Room at Crystal Lake Central.