Search still on for worker accused of planting video cameras in school restroom

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Ian Dishon Isabel photo from Davenport Police

Police say they are still searching for an employee accused of planting video cameras in the girls’ restroom at a Davenport elementary school.

Ian Dishon Isabel, who goes by “Dishon,” was charged with three counts of “invasion of privacy-nudity” after three video cameras were found in the girls’ restroom at Hayes Elementary.

The discovery was made Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Police made the information public the day after the cameras were found.

The charges were serious misdemeanors, carrying a bond of $1,000 each. Police said additional charges were possible in the case.

Anyone with information about Dishon Isabel’s whereabouts is asked to call Davenport Police at (563) 326-6125.

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