published Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Chattanooga: Man pleads guilty to burglarizing dorm rooms

A 24-year-old former UTC student pleaded guilty to charges he burglarized four dorm rooms and planted hidden cameras in clocks inside the rooms.

Bernard Morris pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary and related charges to avoid trial.

He has been held without bond since March 2011.

Morris faces three to six years for the charges in a sentencing hearing in Criminal Court Judge Don Poole's courtroom, scheduled for April 16.

For more details see tomorrow's Times Free Press.

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