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Utah man convicted of video voyeurism

Utah man convicted of video voyeurism

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BLACKFOOT, Idaho (AP) -- A Utah man has pleaded guilty to videotaping a woman in her eastern Idaho home without her permission.

Rael Ashley Post, 33, of Grantsville, Utah, pleaded guilty this week to one count of felony video voyeurism in Idaho's 7th District Court. He was charged in the case in June.

Post, who once lived in Butte County, Idaho, faces up to five years on prison and fines of $50,000 when he appears for sentencing Oct. 5.

Judge Darren Simpson also ordered Post to undergo a psychosexual evaluation before sentencing.

Defense attorney Ron Bird says Post pleaded guilty as part of an agreement that includes a recommendation that he be placed on probation.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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