LOGAN — A 35-year-old man was sent to jail Tuesday for filming a woman while she changed clothes in a dressing room.
Court records show Jordan M. Larsen was sentenced to serve one-month in jail by 1st District Court Judge, Brian Cannell. The Logan man was also placed on probation for three-years and ordered to undergo a psychosexual evaluation and counseling. He was also prohibited from having internet access or video recording devices, until completing treatment.
Larsen was arrested November 16, accused of using his cell phone camera to record girls in the changing room of a dress store in the Cache Valley Mall, last September.
He was seen by store employees, placing the device above the door of the room. He ran from the mall when confronted.
Police later learned that Larsen allegedly tried to record under women’s skirts at Utah State University, by placing a recording device on his foot. The incident was captured by security cameras in September.
Officers from both Logan City and USU had released several photos, asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect.
Larsen turned himself in and was charged with three counts of voyeurism, a class A misdemeanor. He later accepted a plea deal from state attorneys, pleading guilty to one charge.
During Tuesday’s sentencing, Judge Cannell also ordered the defendant to write letters of apology to any of the victims.
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