Man plead in camera, exposure case

Posted: Sunday, March 04, 2001

FAIRBANKS (AP) -- A Salcha man charged with exposing himself to a 5-year-old girl and with spying on people in his shower by means of a hidden camera pleaded no contest Friday in a plea deal.

Edmond M. Huntley, 51, faced one misdemeanor count of second-degree indecent exposure and one misdemeanor count of attempted indecent viewing or photography. In a Friday hearing before District Court Judge Winston Burbank, he agreed to plead no contest to both counts. As part of the deal, the state agreed not to pursue an indictment of Huntley on any further charges arising from these particular allegations.

According to the criminal complaint, the first charge relates to a 1999 incident in which Huntley allegedly left himself exposed to the girl.

The second charge arose from allegations by a 17-year-old female that in February 2000 she discovered a camera lens near the bathtub faucet in Huntley's home. She told Alaska State Troopers that she and members of her family were frequently allowed to use that shower.

Huntley's sentencing is scheduled for March 23.

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