A Louisiana man suspected of cyberstalking sorority members and photographing license plates in a sorority parking lot has been subdued, according to the LSU Police Department.
42-year-old Benjamin Bryson was arrested Friday in St. John the Baptist Parish and booked to the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison, WAFB reports.
The arrest warrant put on Bryson indicates one count of misdemeanor for sending female students "weird Instagram messages" and speaking to them in-person.
A license plate reader in St. John the Baptist identified Bryson's vehicle, tipping off deputies in the area, St. John's Sheriff Mike Tregre told WWLTV.
The sheriff also says that four guns were found in Bryson's vehicle upon his arrest.
According to the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, Bryson was bonded out of prison by a $5,000 release payment.
Louisiana Law states that any offense of cyberstalking can be fined up to $2,000 or imprisoned for a year after the first conviction.
If you see anything suspicious on or around campus, call LSU PD at 225-578-3231.