Staff photo by Dan Henry/Chattanooga Times Free Press - March 28, 2011. Bernard Morris, a UTC student charged with planting surveillance cameras in dorm rooms, is being held on a $310,000 bond and will have his case heard by the grand jury.
A UTC student charged with planting surveillance cameras in dorm rooms will have his case heard by the grand jury.
Bernard Morris, 23, is being held on a $310,000 bond on burglary and theft charges in connection with the camera incident, according to court documents.
A hearing on Morris’ case was held this morning in General Sessions Court Judge Clarence Shattuck’s courtroom.
Read more in tomorrow’s Times Free Press.
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