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Police Catch 71-Year-Old Peeping Tom

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A 71-year-old Bismarck man is busted for being a Peeping Tom.

Court documents show Paul Davis installed a camera in a room he was renting to a 46-year-old female.

In May, the woman noticed a peephole in the bathroom that contained a camera lens. Davis admitted to installing the lens so he could spy on the woman. He said his intentions were to view the lady naked. He also admitted to record three videos, but each of them failed.

Davis was charged for surreptitious intrusion. He entered a guilty plea in court yesterday, and paid a $325 fine. Currently, he is on unsupervised probation, but was also sentenced to nine months in jail with all but two days suspended.




 
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