10 more days in jail for man who used secret camera to spy on neighbor's daughter

      SPRINGFIELD, Ore. - The man convicted of using a hidden camera to spy on his neighbor's 10-year-old daughter was sentenced to 35 days in jail at the Springfield Municipal Court on Wednesday.

      Dana Bishop, 64, received credit for time served. He will have to serve another 10 days in the Springfield Jail.

      In addition, Bishop will be on probation for 3 years and have to serve 100 hours of community service in Coos County.

      Bishop pleaded guilty to one count of invasion of privacy, which is a misdemeanor in Oregon.

      The victim's mother, Chrystal Stutesman, was present during Bishop's sentencing, along with family and numerous supporters.

      Stutesman read a prepared statement at the hearing.

      After Bishop was taken away in handcuffs, she said justice "was not really served."

      Stutesman called Bishop's punishment a slap on the wrist for a crime she believes should be a felony in the state: video voyeurism involving a minor.

      Currently, Stutesman and Creswell City Councilman Jacob Daniels are lobbying lawmakers in Salem to change invasion of privacy laws in Oregon.