Suspected Boulder potty peeper appears in court |

Suspected Boulder potty peeper appears in court

BOULDER, Colo. – A man suspected of spying on women in bathrooms around Boulder is scheduled to be in court again Oct. 27.

The Boulder Daily Camera reports ( ) that Luke Ivan Chrisco appeared in court Friday where a judge rescheduled his arraignment for next month.

Arraignments are where suspects enter pleas of either guilty or not guilty.

The 30-year-old Chrisco faces multiple counts of burglary and unlawful sexual contact. Police say Chrisco gave them detailed information about peepholes he created in bathrooms in locations around Boulder and investigators were later able to verify that information.

Police arrested Chrisco in June after a woman attending a yoga festival noticed something moving inside the tank of a portable toilet. A feces-stained man popped out of the portable toilet and ran away.

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