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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A jury in Tucson has convicted a 43-year-old Vail man of felony voyeurism for looking up a woman's dress at a Tucson store.

Agustin Gonzales Gongora could receive up to 2 1/2 years in prison when he's sentenced next month by Pima County Superior Court Judge Howard Hantman after his conviction Thursday.

The Arizona Daily Star reported jurors were shown a store security tape showing Gongora dropping to all fours while walking behind the victim and looking up her dress in September 2011.

He also played Gongora's recorded interview with police during which he said he had been shopping for a wedding anniversary present and had been overcome with romantic feelings.

Defense attorney Steven Sherick argued the woman had no reasonable expectation that she would not be viewed.


Information from: The Arizona Republic,

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