Accused Peeping Tom Pleads Guilty

Suspect Andrew Browning, 24, was arrested on Oct. 7, 2013. (Credit: CSPD)

A man accused of filming college students showering has pleaded guilty to multiple charges.

Reportedly sobbing through the entire duration of the plea hearing, Andrew Browning, 24, pleaded guilty to felony charges of burglary and two counts of invasion of privacy for purposes of sexual gratification.

Last fall, a Colorado College student said she caught Browning in the act.

"He was crouched by the nearest shower stall with his iPhone out, filming the person taking a shower," Peyton Harvey told 11 News in October.

Loomis Hall, where the incident took place, is a coed dorm. Police believe Browning slipped in unnoticed behind a group of students.

While trespassing in the dorm, Browning was also accused of trying to steal a student's laptop.

He was later arrested after being captured on camera himself. Campus police circulated surveillance footage of the suspect. Someone recognized the suspect from Facebook and called police on Oct. 3.

At the time, police say Browning admitted to trespassing in the dorm bathroom with a laptop, but claimed he didn't take any pictures.

The 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office says Browning will now have to take a psychosexual evaluation to determine how many years he will have to register as a sex offender. Additionally, Browning faces up to four years in prison or probation.

A judge will decide his sentence in April.