Steven Powell's house has been sold to the mother of the girls he surreptitiously photographed.
A judge ordered the Puyallup, Wash., home be sold as part of a judgment that was entered in August against Powell, father-in-law of missing Utah mom Susan Cox Powell. He had been convicted in May 2012 of 14 counts of voyeurism for taking surreptitious photos of two young girls in the bathroom of their home.
"We obtained [an about $2 million] judgment against Steven Powell on behalf of the girls he victimized," Anne Bremner, an attorney for the Cox family, confirmed on Sunday. The Pierce County, Wash. Sheriff's Office sold Powell's house as part of the judgment collection process.