A former pastor who admitted to hiding cameras inside a women's restroom at his Lafayette church has been sentenced to four years in prison.
INDIANAPOLIS - A former pastor who admitted to hiding cameras inside a women's restroom at his Lafayette church has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Robert Lyzenga, 57, pleaded guilty in May to recording five women and five girls at Sunrise Christian Reformed Church.
In court Friday, a judge also sentenced Lyzenga to three years of probation, plus he can't have contact with any of his 10 victims.
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