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Teen peeper imprisoned two years
August 22, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Justin Shing

A 19-year-old Foster City man accused of peeping into girls’ bedrooms and masturbating on a teen girl as she slept was sentenced yesterday to two years in prison on one count of annoying a child in a home.

Justin Scott Shing must also have to register as a sex offender and the conviction will count as a criminal strike.

Shing apologized for his conduct at the Wednesday hearing and the fathers of two victims addressed the court before sentencing was pronounced.

Foster City police arrested Shing Aug. 25, 2012 after the father of a 9-year-old girl reported finding him inside the Matsonia Drive home at 3 a.m. staring at the girl’s empty bed while on his hands and knees. The father grabbed him and called police.

Authorities say Shing also looked in the window of a 17-year-old neighbor girl at 2 a.m. in May 2012. On Aug. 14, 2012 he reportedly entered the same girl’s bedroom after midnight as she slept, pulled back her comforter and masturbated.

Foster City police reported Shing admitted entering the homes.

As part of the plea deal, remaining charges of residential burglary, peeping, sexual battery and possession of burglary tools were dismissed against Shing.

He has credit of eight days against his sentence and must serve at least 50 percent of the remainder.

 

 

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