Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Disturbing The Peace

More charges from the Illinois Administrator involve incidents of alleged breaches of the peace. The complaint contends that:

In 2008, [K. W.] was a mail carrier for the United States Postal Service. Her route included Respondent’s home in Chester, Illinois. Respondent’s mailbox was on a post at the curb.

Between May, 2008, and September, 2008, on numerous occasions, generally between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., Respondent, while wearing no clothes other than very small and tight, Speedo-style swim briefs or women’s panties, met [K.W.] at the curb when she delivered his mail. On some or all of those occasions, including on September 18, 2008, Respondent had an erection that was obviously visible through his swim briefs or panties.

On two of the occasions described...above, specifically, once in early September, 2008, and on September 18, 2008, Respondent ejaculated in [K.W]’s presence.

Respondent’s above-described conduct alarmed and disturbed [K.W.] and provoked a breach of the peace.

And:

In 2007, Respondent and [P. W.] were neighbors and lived three houses apart in Chester, Illinois.

On a weekday morning in July, 2007, at or about 8:50 a.m., Respondent was outside his home wearing no clothes other than very small and tight, Speedo-style swim briefs.

On the above-mentioned day and time, [P. W.] drove by Respondent’s home on her way to work. Respondent went to the curb and waived [her] to stop. When [she] stopped, Respondent had an erection that was obviously visible through his swim briefs. Respondent asked [her] if she had seen his dog. [P.W.] replied that she had not and would let him know if she did see it, and she drove away.

Respondent’s above-described conduct alarmed and disturbed [P. W.] and provoked a breach of the peace.

And:

In 2008, [P. W.] and [B. L.] were friends and often met at [P.W.]'s home to jog together in [P. W.]’s neighborhood. Respondent and [B. L.] were acquainted.

On September 22, 2008, before 9:00 a.m., B. L. drove to [P.W.]'s home and met with her to exercise together. [B.L.] walked in the neighborhood and [P.W.] jogged in the neighborhood.

On the same date, between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., Respondent was outside his home wearing no clothes other than very small and tight, Speedo-style swim briefs. Respondent saw [them] exercising.

Between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., [they] completed their exercise and returned to [P. W.’]s house. [B.L] departed in her car from [P.W.]s home. As she drove by Respondent’s home, Respondent ran to the street and waived her to stop. When [B. L.] stopped, Respondent had an erection that was obviously visible through his swim briefs. Respondent asked [her] to drive back down the street to look for his dog, and [she] said that she would.

[B. L.] did not did not see Respondent’s dog and decided to drive home. As she drove by Respondent’s home a second time, Respondent again ran to her car and waived her to stop. He still wore no clothes other than very small and tight, Speedo-style swim briefs. When [she] stopped, Respondent held his penis through his swim briefs and ejaculated in her presence.

Respondent’s above-described conduct alarmed and disturbed [B. L.] and provoked a breach of the peace.

The complaint states that the attorney pleaded guilty to criminal charges in two of the three incidents. (Mike Frisch)

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