Supervisor Efren Carrillo today reached a not guilty verdict on an attempted peeking charge against him.The jury in the trial of Sonoma County
The jury earlier today told Sonoma County Superior Court Judge
Gary Medvigy that it was unable to reach a unanimous verdict on the more
serious peeking charge against Carrillo, the county's 5th District
The judge told the jury to go back and deliberate on the lesser
attempted peeking charge, and it returned this afternoon with the not guilty
Carrillo, 33, was accused of looking into the bedroom window and
rear sliding glass door of his female neighbor's apartment in west Santa Rosa
early on the morning of July 13.
The jury last Friday initially said it had reached a verdict on
the peeking charge, then became deadlocked 11-1 after one juror changed their
The peeking charge carried a maximum six-month sentence, while the
maximum for the lesser attempted peeking charge was three months.
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-- Bay City News