A 19-year-old Ohio man appeared in Kosciusko Superior Court I Thursday and pleaded guilty to four peeping tom charges.

Gavin Reeves, 19, of Winchester, Ohio, entered his guilty plea to four counts of voyeurism, level 6 felonies, stemming from a July 5, 2018, incident at Grace College.

Superior Court I Judge David Cates took Reeves’ plea under advisement and will sentence him at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 12.

According to the probable cause affidavit, Grace College Campus Safety was notified that there was a hidden camera that recorded video and audio in a dorm room bathroom on the campus and also in the bedroom of a female student. The device recorded four separate female students undressing over a period of time, court papers state.

Winona Lake police determined on Jan. 30 that Reeves had given the recording device to one of the women and told her, “it was a motion-activated air freshener he was working on. He stated that the device would collect motion so he could determine the settings for the air freshener. He requested that she place the device in the dorm room bathroom.”

When questioned by police, Reeves admitted he did that.