Youth leader gets plea deal in peeping case

Youth leader gets plea deal in peeping case

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by KGW News

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Posted on November 28, 2012 at 6:35 PM

Updated Thursday, Nov 29 at 3:54 PM

AUMSVILLE, Ore. -- A youth leader in Aumsville accused of setting up a camera in a women's restroom to film people undressing - including children - has made a plea deal.

Christopher Fowler was facing 15 counts of encouraging child sex abuse and invasion of personal privacy.

In the plea deal Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to 10 counts of encouraging child sex abuse in the 1st degree and one count of invasion of privacy. All other counts were dropped.

Fowler will be sentenced in late December. He could spend up to 400 months in prison.

Police said Fowler installed the camera in a restroom stall at the Bethel Baptist Church. Along with being a youth leader, Fowler worked as a janitor.

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