On Saturday two days before memorial day [sic], I was going to bed about 11:00 pm. I decided to masterbate [sic] and after I started I thought it would be fun or exciting to see if I could voyeur on someone. I then looked out my bedroom window blinds and saw lights on I opened the blinds and remembered my binoculars I went and got my binoculars and used them to look into the window that had a light on. . . .
During his weekly check in time for the offender group I lead for Valley Treatment Specialists, Mr. Sitler reported that he had masturbated on two occasions during the previous week. When asked for more detail about the circumstances and fantasies he experienced during his masturbation he reported that he had been looking in a neighbor’s window with his binoculars. . .
I, Steven Sitler, recognize that I will sometimes have urges or fantasies to reoffend. I know that I am a valuable Creature of God who cares about others, so I am making this contract as an insurance policy against reoffending. I here by promise that when I have an urge, fantasies of opportunity to commit a sexual offence or any act close to an offence I will do the following. . . .
1. I will not purchase, produce, possess, or view any media material (pictures, magazines, books, videotapes, or movies) that acts as a stimulus for my sexual behavior, nor will I possess or view any materials containing male or female nudity. I will not be present where such material is available. . . .
The defense does not agree with portions of the Sex-Offender Assessment Group Summary (“SOAG”) dated February 13, 2006, and signed by Brad Lutz, and portions of the Addendum to the Presentence Investigation (“APSI”) dated February 15, 2006, and signed by Naomi L. Laurino (hereinafter: “the NICI document”). . . .
I am grateful that he will be sentenced for his behavior, and that there will be hard consequences for him in real time. At the same time, I would urge that the civil penalties applied would be measured and limited. I have a good hope that Steven has genuinely repented, and that he will continue to deal with this to become a productive and contributing member of society.