A 32-year-old man has pleaded guilty to using a cellphone to peek at someone in a fitting room at a store and possessing child pornography in Newport Beach.
Jordan Thomas Pollacci was sentenced to 116 days in jail, or time already served in custody, according to court records obtained Monday.
Pollacci “looked through a hole and opening and otherwise viewed by means of a cellphone camera into a fitting room with the intent to invade the privacy of the person or persons inside,” according to court records.
Pollacci pleaded guilty Friday to a felony count of possession of child pornography and a misdemeanor count of peeping with the intent to invade privacy.
As part of Pollacci’s plea deal, a prior conviction for burglary in June 2011 out of Monterey County was not factored into the punishment.