Person of Interest Named

In Voyeurism Case Reported By Limestone College

Emily Gill
May 21, 2020 - 4:58 pm
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Released by the Gaffney Police Department.

In reference to the Voyeurism case that was reported by Limestone College on October 10, 2019, the Gaffney Police Department has named Collins Brandon Murphy as a person of interest.

The incident occurred on the campus of Limestone College between September 2012 and October 2013.

Murphy was employed at Limestone College during that time period.

He was previously employed by Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia.

Videos were discovered in 2014 in which Murphy admitted to filming, using hidden cameras, in the female locker rooms and dorms rooms on the campus of Alderson Broaddus University.

Murphy was named in a civil lawsuit along with Alderson Broaddus in 2018.

No criminal charges in reference to the Invasion of Privacy were filed in West Virigina due to the states Statute of Limitations.

Murphy, however, was indicted on six counts of Burglary at the beginning of 2020.

Murphy, who is a resident of Maryland, is currently out on bond.

Limestone College released the following statement:

"Limestone officials have confimed that Collins Murphy was employed at the college from August 2012 until October 2014.  Murphy was the Director of Intramural Sports and Summer Conferences.  He was terminated immediately once Limestone College learned of the allegations made against him at Alderson Broaddus University."


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