A Covina man pleaded no contest Wednesday to misdemeanor charges for peeking at four women in restrooms at Citrus College.
Phillip Joseph Osuna III, 25, was ordered to complete 52 sex offender treatment counseling sessions, participate in an outpatient mental health program and stay away from the college campus while awaiting sentencing next November in connection with his no contest plea to four counts of unauthorized invasion of privacy, according to Paul Eakins of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Superior Court Judge Christian Gullon released Osuna on his own recognizance and delayed a decision on the prosecution’s request for the defendant to be ordered to register as a sex offender, Eakins said.
He was arrested Oct. 5 by Glendora police and had been jailed since then. On Oct. 10, he was charged with peeking at four women in bathrooms at the college between Aug. 30 and Sept. 20.
Glendora Police Lt. Matt Williams said the suspect peeked into an area where a “reasonable expectation of privacy exists,” and he noted: “Glendora Police Department personnel were relentless in their investigation efforts and worked tirelessly in the days following the incidents. Throughout this investigation, GPD detectives worked closely with Citrus College and their staff in an effort to identify victims and the suspect.”
Osuna was on parole for an unrelated matter, according to the lieutenant.
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