Fayetteville Man To Serve 10-Year Prison Term for Voyeurism, Burglary

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A Fayetteville man, who broke into apartments and a restaurant last July, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, according to Washington County court documents.

Michael Irvin, 18, entered guilty pleas on December 13, in Washington County Circuit Court, for the following eight charges:

  • Commercial Burglary (F)
  • Criminal Mischief (F)
  • Residential Burglary (F)
  • Breaking or Entering, two counts (F)
  • Voyeurism (M)
  • Theft of Property, two counts (M)

Irvin must not contact the victims and must register as a sex offender, as ordered by Judge Mark Lindsay.

In a synopsis of the court documents, Irvin (and others) broke into a restaurant and stole items, along with causing more than $1,000 in damages, and entered other buildings to commit theft or a felony.

In one apartment Irvin, and others, stole items that included a laptop and other electronics.

Irvin also entered a woman’s apartment, went to her bedroom without consent, for sexual gratification …”and masturbated above her as she slept,” according to the court documents.

Original KNWA story published August 21, 2018, click here.

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