Three charges have been dismissed against a former ultrasound technician convicted of secretly videotaping and photographing women and girls at his previous workplace.
Following the filing of an appeal in the Third District Court of Appeals of Lima, three counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material were dismissed against Jaime Aguirre, 45, of Willard. Aguirre was convicted last year of 12 counts of illegal use of minor in nudity-oriented material and 59 counts of voyeurism.
The ruling was announced this week in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley's courtroom.
According to court documents, the charges were dismissed because they were not supported by sufficient evidence.
The ruling has no effect on Aguirre's eight-year sentence because convictions in the case were ordered to be served concurrently, court documents state.
Aguirre, a former employee of Advanced Medical Imaging, 3101 W. US 224, had been found guilty of the 12 felony counts after a bench trial in March and had pleaded no contest to the 59 counts of voyeurism.