Stephen McIntire, a 55-year old Bath man arrested in late December after allegedly breaking into a woman's home and exposing himself to her, was charged today with six counts of violation of privacy, according to a Security Alert from Bowdoin Safety and Security. He was charged based on nonconsensual videos of students taken through their windows.

McIntire is currently being held at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset on unrelated charges

The investigations into the sexual assault at Mayflower Apartments in November and the two students grabbed while walking on Potter St. and Longfellow Ave. are continuing. 

McIntire was convicted of gross sexual assault in 1997. He was also convicted in 2015 for failing to comply with the sex offender registry and for violating "peeping tom" laws at the Hyde School in Bath.

McIntire attended the support group for sex offenders that was held, until recently, at the First Parish Church just off the College's campus. According to the Brunswick Police Department Commander of Support Services Mark Waltz, the group is no longer meeting in Brunswick. 

This story will be updated as more information becomes avaliable.