Five day trial scheduled for accused Boulder 'potty peeper'

BOULDER, Colo. - A trial has been scheduled for alleged Boulder 'potty peeper' Luke Chrisco. It is scheduled to begin on Aug. 26 and last for five days.

Chrisco told police that he hid in crawl spaces and bathrooms at the University of Colorado, the Boulder Department of Motor Vehicles and numerous businesses in Boulder to watch women use the toilet.

Chrisco is facing charges of burglary, unlawful sexual contact and criminal invasion. He has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.

Police believe Chrisco is the man who was seen emerging, stained with feces, from a portable toilet at a yoga festival after two people spotted him in the holding tank of the toilet.

Later, police found that modifications had been made to many locations matching Chrisco’s description of the places he hid.

Connell said that Chrisco was not in his right mind and was unaware that his actions were illegal at the time.

Chrisco would be treated at the Mental Health Institute in Pueblo if he is found not guilty by reason of insanity.