A 52-year-old northeast Nebraskan who made video recordings of female co-workers in a company locker room has been given two years of probation.
Online court records say Larry Wolf, of Dakota City, was sentenced on Monday in Dakota County District Court. He'd pleaded no contest to unlawful intrusion for recording a person in a state of undress. A second count was dropped.
Wolf also was sentenced to 120 days in jail, but a court hearing is scheduled for May 20 on whether that could be waived.
Court documents say Wolf was arrested after 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.
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