The plea agreement calls for Spoor to be sentenced to one year on each of three counts of malicious mischief, to be served consecutively, for a total of three years. One woman told police she had consensual sex with Spoor at his Fort Wayne home and at her out of county home through February 2016 when she saw a photo of Spoor with his ex-girlfriend on a social media website.
This woman found out through a news article that Spoor was diagnosed with HIV and contacted Indiana State Police and Parkview Hospital to request lab work.
A Silver Lake man accused of having sex with several woman and not telling them he was HIV positive pleaded guilty today in Allen Superior Court to three counts of malicious mischief as part of a plea agreement. Spoor, 37, made contact with his victims on dating websites, although he met one in late 2007 or early 2008 through a mutual friend.
They then encountered each other again on a dating website, according to court documents. In 2013, Spoor signed a duty-to-warn document in accordance with Indiana law that says people with dangerous communicable diseases have an obligation to warn others they might put at risk.
HIV isn’t the first topic that comes up when most couples start dating. Antiviral medications (antiretroviral therapy or ART) control HIV infection very well. The good news about taking ART is how well it works.