MARATHON COUNTY - A D.C. Everest High School teacher has been accused of using an electronic device in school to record underneath the clothing of students without their consent per a media release.
The Everest Metro police department was notified Feb. 12 of the allegations against Travis Greil, 38, who was subsequently arrested and preliminarily charged with Invasion of Privacy.
A criminal investigation turned up an electronic device that police seized from Greil.
Police say the device contained multiple videos where the device was positioned in way to capture recordings underneath the clothing of numerous females in the school setting.
Initial reports indicate videos may have been captured over the course of a 5-year period.
Greil appeared before a judge in Marathon County Court Friday for a probable cause hearing.
A search warrant was executed at Greil's residence in Wausau where items were seized and are being processed as the investigation continues.
Those with information related to this investigation are encouraged to contact the following individuals: Everest Metro Detective-Sergeant Dan Goff ..... (715) 359-4202 School Resource Officer Frank Wierzbanowski ..... (715) 359-6561
Crime victim services are available through the Marathon County District Attorney's Office and the D.C. Everest School District has counselors available at all Everest Schools for students and staff.
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