No jail for Ohio cop's indecent exposure
Judge said that the county's jails are full of more serious offenders
By Barrett J. Brunsman
The Cincinnati Enquirer
BATAVIA TOWNSHOP, Ohio — A Cincinnati police sergeant avoided being locked up on a charge of public indecency because the Clermont County Jail is full of more serious offenders, a judge said.
Instead, Sgt. Robert W. McDonough III, who had faced up to 30 days in jail for exposing himself to several employees of a Sears store near here, will be allowed to perform eight days of community service.
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