A 64-year-old man has been convicted on charges of taking “upskirt” photos of three teenage girls at a convenience store in Johnson County.
John Thomas Britton, of Louisburg, Kan., pleaded no contest Tuesday in Johnson County District Court to three felony counts of breach of privacy.
Britton originally was charged in February with five counts, stemming from alleged incidents at two QuikTrip stores on three dates in January, according to court documents.
Prosecutors dismissed two charges, and Britton pleaded no contest to three offenses that occurred Jan. 8.
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The documents identify the victims by initials. Their birth years range from 1997 to 2000.
Britton is to be sentenced Aug. 2. The defense and prosecution recommended that Britton serve six days of shock time in custody, enter a sex offender treatment program and register as a sex offender.
Britton is free on bond. As a condition of bond, a judge ordered him not to go into any QuikTrip stores and not to have contact with minors. He also is not allowed to use a computer except for work-related purposes.