Luke P. Gildea, 17, of Crystal Lake, has been charged with two counts of unauthorized video recording.
One count is a class 4 felony, and the second is a class 3 felony involving a victim under 18 years old, Crystal Lake Police Cmdr. Dan Dziewior stated in a press release issued late Thursday night.
Gildea is a student at the school, which is located at 45 W. Franklin St.
Gildea was expected to be transported to the McHenry County Jail in Woodstock, where his bond hearing is set for 8 a.m. Friday at the McHenry County Courthouse.
"The department continues to work closely with School District 155 investigating this incident," Dziewior said. "Additional charges may be forthcoming."
On Thursday afternoon, District 155 Superintendent Johnnie Thomas issued an automated email statement to parents explaining the camera device had been found by another student in the locker room.
The pin-hole camera is a stand-alone device, which does not possess the capability of main streaming video to a wireless system, according to police.
Police will use a forensic examiner to review any digital images.
Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the Crystal Lake Police Department at 815-356-3620.
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The Crystal Lake-Cary Patch Facebook page has more than 30 comments from readers about the arrest of this CLC student and the release of his mugshot.