Georgia football associate equipment manager Kevin Purvis was arrested on felony surveillance and drug charges Friday night, according to the Clarke County Jail’s website. He was booked just before 9:00 p.m. and is still in jail. Bonds were set at $16,000.

Purvis faces three felony charges for eavesdropping or surveillance, one felony charge for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of marijuana less than one ounce.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Purvis is accused of using a hidden camera in a shower to get photos of at least one person showering in the Bulldogs’ locker room. Here are the details from the report.

Purvis’ arrest came nearly a month after an unidentified person found a camera hidden in a shower area of Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall. UGA officials called police on Feb. 27, and an investigation immediately was initiated. Several people witnessed police conducting a search of a car – believed to belong to Purvis — in the Butts-Mehre employee parking lot while a Georgia baseball game was being played across the street. Police also searched the first floor of the building, which is where the football team’s locker room, training facility and weight room are located, and Purvis’ Timothy Road residence.

The University of Georgia issued a statement to the AJC that said Purvis had been fired.

“As soon as it learned of the incident, the Athletic Association notified the University of Georgia Police Department, who began their investigation,” the statement read. “The University took immediate action, and the employee was terminated early in the investigation. Based on the findings of the police investigation, no student-athletes were victims in this incident.”

Purvis had been employed by UGA since 2006. He previously served as the equipment manager for Valdosta State.

Here’s a screenshot from the Athens-Clarke County jail: