Judge rules that NC man who pleaded guilty to peeping will not register as sex offender

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HENDERSON COUNTY, N.C. — A North Carolina man who pleaded guilty to five counts of secret peeping will not have to register as a sex offender, a judge said on Monday.

WLOS reports that last October Gregg Condon placed a camera in a bathroom trashcan to peep on a co-worker. The presiding judge ruled that it was an isolated incident and deemed Condon was not a public threat.

Condon is sentenced to two years of supervised probation.

“His interest was exclusive to one co-worker,” said Greg Newman, Henderson County’s District Attorney, according to WLOS. “So, for that reason, there was no recommendation from us that he be placed on the registration to be monitored.”

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