(WMAZ) -- A man who works at Robins Air Force Base faces charges of sexual battery and eavesdropping.
A press release from the Warner Robins police department says officers started investigating 24-year-old Jordan Monarch of Warner Robins, in relation to sexual battery incidents. Lt. Pam Stauffer with Robins Air Force Base Public Affairs confirmed Monarch works on base, but would not say if he was a civilian or member of the military.
The release says, so far, investigators have determined that Monarch used his cell phone camera to take nude pictures and videos of intoxicated women without their knowledge or consent.
Police arrested Monarch on Thursday, July 19 in connection with two known incidents. He faces charges for sexual battery, and eavesdropping, surveillance, or intercepting communications in connection with two known incidents.
He is currently out on bond.
Warner Robins police spokeswoman, Tabitha Pugh, says Robins Air Force Base is also conducting an investigation.
Pugh says police believe there may be more victims.
Anyone who may have more information about these or other incidents involving Monarch is asked to contact Lieutenant Brian Smith at 478-929-6913.
Information can also be submitted through TipSubmit by texting the tip to CRIMES (274637) and include keyword WRPD in the body of the text. More information about TipSubmit can be found at WRPolice.org.