Employee accused of putting video cameras in Davenport school restroom
A school district employee is wanted after video cameras were found in a girls’ restroom at a Davenport elementary school.
Police said three arrest warrants were issued for Dishon Isabel, who was not yet in custody, in connection with the case. The warrants charge Isabel with “invasion of privacy-nudity.”
Police said the charges were serious misdemeanors and carried a bond of $1,000 each.
Isabel was described as 6-feet 1-inch tall and weighing 175 pounds. His car is a maroon 2003 Chevrolet Impala with Illinois license plate L985878.
Twenty-nine-year-old Ian Dishon Isabel, who goes by Dishon, has worked for Davenport Community School District for four years according to a spokesman for the Davenport Police Department. Isabel most recently worked in the after school “Stepping Stones” program.
“Stepping Stones is an after-school program which provides youth with an opportunity to learn and play in a safe and caring environment,” said a web page describing the program. “We provide homework help, learning excursions, and enrichment classes through our numerous community partners, which give children the chance to engage and interact with each other. Our staff includes youth development professionals and certified teachers.”
The page described Isabel as the “coordinator” for Stepping Stones.
Anyone with information about Dishon Isabel’s whereabouts is asked to call Davenport Police at (563) 326-6125.