Victim's mom: 'Relief and kind of discouraging at the same time'

      SPRINGFIELD, Ore. -- He's accused of spying on a young Springfield girl and secretly filming her in her bedroom. He was charged with invasion of privacy.

      The girl's mother, Chrystal Stutesman, said Monday she's relieved, but frustrated, the man will likely only spend a few weeks in jail.

      Dana Bishop was arrested back in March. Police say he drilled holes into the side of his home to hide a video camera to capture the 10-year-old from her bedroom window.

      KMTR NewsSource 16 haven't been able to confirm bishop's charges with the prosecutor's office yet. But Chrystal said he agreed to a plea Monday of 35 days in jail with credit for time served, community service and 3 years of probation.

      "Relief and kind of discouraging at the same time," Stutesman said. "It's a relief that there's going to be some justice and we can move forward. It's bitter sweet in the sense that this isn't what I would think someone would get for this type of crime."

      The Stutesman's have moved into a new home. Chrystal has been working with local and state law makers to make video voyeurism involving minors a felony in oregon. Right now, the crime stands as a misdemeanor.

      As for Bishop, his sentencing hearing is scheduled for December 4 at 2 p.m. in Springfield.