New charges filed against Porta Potty 'Peeping Tom' | News
BOULDER, Colo. -- Boulder police filed additional charges against the "Porta Potty Peeping Tom" suspect arrested Thursday for hiding out in a portable toilet to watch women at a Boulder yoga festival.
Luke Irvin Chrisco, 30, is also now accused of spying on women at several businesses in Boulder.
He faces four new charges of burglary in addition to the initial charges of unlawful sexual contact and criminal invasion of privacy.
Chrisco admitted to spying on women who used a portable toilet at the Hanuman Yoga Festival on June 17. He also named other Boulder businesses he targeted.
According to the Boulder Police, Chrisco told detectives that he watched women using restroom facilities at the following locations:
- Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), 2850 Iris Ave.
- The Naropa Institute, 2130 Arapahoe Ave.
- Target, 2800 Pearl St.
- Boulder Café, 1247 Pearl St.
Investigators found peepholes at all of the businesses. The holes were sealed by business owners after the investigation.
Police are still investigating allegations that Chrisco spied on women from adjoining stalls at other Boulder businesses including Absinthe, The Rio, Macy’s, Cheescake Factory, Mamacita’s, and the International Youth Hostel.
If convicted, he could face two to six years in prison for each count of burglary. He was arrested and held by Vail police June 23. On Monday, Chrisco was transferred from the Eagle County Jail to the Boulder County Jail.
His bond was set at $250,000.
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