Montrose, Colo. (AP) - The lawyer for a Montrose man accused of installing two-way mirrors in an apartment says he's reviewing a plea deal offered to his client.
Thirty-eight-year-old Darin Flora was accused in June of unlawful sexual contact, a misdemeanor.
Police say Flora was working at a triplex in May, when a tenant of one unit found a two-way mirror in his shower stall and another in his roommate's bedroom. Maintenance workers had access to areas on the other side of the mirrors.
The Montrose Daily Press reports that Flora's record includes a guilty plea in 2004 to charges including third-degree sexual assault-peeping tom.
Flora's attorney said Wednesday he was reviewing a plea offer in the latest case. Flora is due back in court Aug. 12.
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