A repeat peeping tom has been sentenced to 4 ½ years in prison for taking hundreds of photographs and videos of women inside a Grand Junction porta-potty.
Mesa County District Judge Valerie Robison sentenced 37-year-old Joshua Vohs Monday after rejecting his public defender's request for probation instead. Lawyer Matt Mulch argued that Vohs would be more likely to get treatment for his problem outside of prison.
Vohs was arrested last year after a 13-year-old girl spotted the camera in a porta-potty at a Grand Junction park and alerted her father. Vohs later confessed to putting the camera there.
Police found 175 photos and 25 videos of women using the porta potty during a search of his home.
Vohs was also arrested in 2011 in Grand Junction and 2006 in Crested Butte for taking videos under women's skirts.
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