Former Wash-U student faces felony charges over inappropriate pictures

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CLAYTON, MO (KTVI) - A Washington University student is facing felony charges for inappropriate pictures he took of women inside a Wash-U law building.

Twenty-one year old Donnie Koonce is charged with second degree invasion of privacy.

According to police documents between May and October of last year Koonce secretly took pictures of three women under their clothing.

Documents stated one incident happened at the Anheuser-Busch law hall on campus.

One Wash-U students said he sees his classmates as very mature so he is surprised to hear about something like this.

“It is something you would expect to hear about in a middle school something very juvenile just disgusting is the first thing that comes to mind,” said Washington University sophomore Adam Rangwala.

The school put out a statement stating that they turned the case over to the St. Louis County Prosecutor, and that Koonce is no longer a Wash-U student and not permitted on campus.

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