The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

April 4, 2014

School worker sought in Davenport school bathroom camera case


Associated Press

DAVENPORT — Police have issued an arrest warrant for a 29-year-old elementary school worker accused of placing hidden video recording devices in a girls' bathroom at the school.

The Quad-City Times reports that police issued a warrant for Ian Dishon Isabel, charging him with three counts of invasion of privacy.

Isabel is the site coordinator with the Stepping Stones before- and after-school program at Hayes Elementary School. The program is aimed at at-risk children in kindergarten through fifth-grade.

Superintendent Art Tate says Isabel has been placed on unpaid administrative leave.

A school custodian on Wednesday discovered three cameras placed in two stalls in a girls' restroom.