Colo. "Potty Peeper" Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

Luke Chrisco admitted to spying on women through peepholes he created in numerous public bathrooms in Boulder

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    Police arrested Luke Chrisco in 2011 after a woman at the Hanuman Yoga Festival in Boulder, Colo., discovered someone moving inside of the portable toilet.

    A Colorado man, who hid in the tank of a portable toilet at a yoga festival to spy on women, has been sentenced Friday to three years in prison and ten years of probation, according to The Associated Press

    Police arrested Luke Chrisco in 2011 after a woman at the Hanuman Yoga Festival in Boulder, Colo., discovered someone moving inside of a portable toilet, according to the AP. She then saw a feces-stained male emerge from the chamber and flee the scene.
    The 31-year-old pleaded guilty in July to attempted unlawful sexual contact and two burglary counts, KUSA-TV reported. Prosecutors dropped six other burglary charges and a misdemeanor count of criminal invasion as part of a plea agreement.
    Chrisco also admitted to spying on women through peepholes he created in numerous public bathrooms in Boulder, including the University of Colorado and Naropa University campuses, according to The Daily Camera.
    At the time of his arrest, Chrisco suffered from mental health issues such as delusional behavior and hallucinations.