A former University of Oklahoma medical student secretly videotaped a young girl and several women as they used the bathroom in his Oklahoma City apartment, court records allege.
Dustin Bailey Graham, 25, was charged Sept. 27 with computer and sex crimes after police seized his laptops and iPhone last year.
According to court records, Graham has been released from jail on $46,000 bail. He pleaded not guilty at an initial court appearance, records show. He did not return calls for comment.
A probable cause affidavit filed in Oklahoma County says investigators found a file folder on Graham's laptop labeled “IHI Objectives,” which contained several videos of women and a young girl as they showered, changed into swimsuits and used the toilet at Graham's residence, 208 NW 34 in Oklahoma City.
He no longer lives at that address.
Court documents state that Graham could be seen “setting up the camera device in the bathroom” in each of the videos. Police say they have identified all of the women and the young girl in the videos. The victims confirmed to police they had no idea they were being filmed.
The videos range in length, from a couple of minutes to more than two hours, records show. Some of the victims were recorded on multiple occasions during the summer and fall of 2011.
A young girl, whose age was described in court documents only as under 13, was recorded once as she changed into a swimsuit, records show.
Graham was not charged with distributing the video clips seized by police.
An affidavit filed in Oklahoma County states that only eight of the 10 victims wanted to press charges against Graham.
Catherine Bishop, a University of Oklahoma spokeswoman, has said that Graham is no longer a student at the university but she did not respond to requests for information made by The Oklahoman on Tuesday.
Hacking led to discovery
Police were initially investigating Graham for hacking into the Facebook accounts of young women, typically between the ages of 20-24.
Graham was traced by computer investigators using an IP address, which was unique to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center's wireless network.
According to court documents, the medical student admitted that he began hacking the accounts out of boredom.
He said the idea came to him while he checked his Facebook page during study breaks.
“He stated in the interview, ‘I wonder if I could get into that (the accounts),'” the affidavit states. “Graham stated that is how it got started. Graham stated ... he was just trying to see if he could gain access to the accounts.”
Graham, who was well into his career at medical school by late 2011, said he chose young women because they provide more information to the public through their Facebook accounts.
“And with that information he was able to guess answers to the challenge questions to reset passwords,” the affidavit states.
An investigator working for the University of Oklahoma discovered the file folder called “IHI Objectives,” which contained the videos.