A 52-year-old northeast Nebraska man accused of video recording female co-workers in a company locker room faces sentencing next month.
The Sioux City Journal reports that Larry Wolf made a deal with prosecutors and pleaded no contest to a lone count of unlawful intrusion. Prosecutors had lowered the charge and dropped another one.
Court documents say Wolf, of Ponca, was arrested in July. Documents say a technician who was working on Wolf's personal computer found a file that contained about 60 video clips of the women's locker room at Solbar, a soy protein production company in South Sioux City.
A police affidavit says images on the computer showed Wolf's tattoos as he placed the camera in the locker room.
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