Authorities have charged a suspended University of Tulsa student with more than 20 crimes, following first charging him in an attempted rape, The Tulsa World reported. Luis Alberto Molina was charged, the newspaper said, with one count of first-degree attempted rape, four counts of sexual battery, seven counts of peeping tom, one count of peeping tom with photographic/electronic equipment, seven counts of first-degree burglary and one count of larceny from a house.
The charges come the same week that a suspended student at the University of Wisconsin at Madison was accused of sexual assault by dozens of women.
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