Taco Bell Crime of the Week: Oh, Calcutta!
A man accused of indecent exposure at the Calcutta Taco Bell on Tuesday pleaded guilty to the charge Thursday morning.
During an East Liverpool Municipal Court appearance, George F. Cramer, 44, of Eighth Avenue, LaCroft, was sentenced to 60 days in jail, with 15 days suspended, and 45 days active for public indecency/engaging in a sexual act.
Cramer was placed on two years supervised probation and ordered to participate in mental health counseling. He was fined $250 and costs.
He was also told have no contact with the Taco Bell in Calcutta.
According to the initial St. Clair Township police report, a female employee reported noticing a man at the drive-through with his left hand underneath his shirt. The female stated that upon receiving change for his meal, the man then pulled up his shirt to reveal he was engaged in an act of self-gratification. Another female employee also reported witnessing the incident.