Dakota City, Nebraska man enters plea to charge of videotaping employees
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DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (KTIV) -
A Dakota City, Nebraska man pleads no contest to a charge that he video taped his co-workers in the company's locker room. As part of a plea agreement 52-year-old Larry Wolf pled no contest to one count of unlawful intrusion. A second charge was dropped.
Court documents say the former Solbar employee videotaped at least two women in the locker room in a state of undress. Authorities say there were as many as 60 video clips.
As part of the plea, Wolf has agreed to obtain a mental health evaluation, be put on probation for two years, and may serve jail time. Wolf will be sentenced next month.
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