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Former university student convicted in iPhone peeping case, gets jail

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 A man convicted of spying on girls with an iPhone inside a Woodbury Lakes, Minn.,  changing room was sentenced in March to jail time and probation.

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Caleb David Wolfgram, 25, was sentenced March 5 by Washington County District Court Judge Gary Schurrer after pleading guilty in December 2013 to three counts of interfering with privacy.

Wolfgram was accused of using his iPhone to capture images of two 11-year-old girls inside a changing room at The Gap at Woodbury Lakes.

According to a criminal complaint, Wolfgram admitted to the activity, having told investigators he had “developed a strong curiosity about videotaping women in compromising locations or positions.”

The former UW-River Falls hockey player was sentenced to 30 days in jail piece on each of the three convictions. He must also spend an additional five years on probation.

 “I hope that give this consecutive sentence that the defendant’s behavior stops,” said Assistant Washington County Attorney Imran Ali. “Otherwise, I’ll be looking at sending Mr. Wolfgram to prison.”

As a senior at UWRF in 2012-13, Wolfgram was a defenseman for the UWRF Falcon hockey team.  Wolfgram, from White Bear Lake, Minn., also made the WIAC Scholastic Honor Roll in 2012.

Terms of Wolfgram’s probation call for him to cooperate with computer monitoring software and random computer searches, as well as searches of any of his devices connected to the Internet or capable of capturing video.

He must receive clearance from his probation officer if he wants to use a camera and must have no contact with minor females until authorized by a therapist and probation officer.

According to the sentencing summary, Wolfgram will be placed on GPS monitoring after being released from jail “until probation deems it unnecessary.

--By Mike Longaecker, Woodbury Bulletin

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