REDBANK TWP. – A 46-year-old Fairmount City man is facing charges after he allegedly exposed himself to two U.S. Postal Service workers multiple times between May and September 2017 along Townline Road in Fairmount City, Redbank Township (Clarion County).

Jody Allen Ganoe was charged with three counts each of indecent exposure and open lewdness.

On Oct. 2, 2017, reports state, the Southern Clarion County Regional Police Department received a complaint of indecent exposure from two mail carriers. Both postal workers alleged that, on multiple occasions, Ganoe had exposed himself and performed lewd acts while they were delivering mail along Townline Road.

During a Jan. 26 interview with police, Ganoe reportedly asked if he could get help to stay out of jail if he had a problem, and explained that the first incident occurred between April and May 2017 when he was “just urinating.” Ganoe allegedly said he became excited and scared when he saw the mail carrier because he didn’t get caught and that he got an adrenaline rush from exposing himself.

According to court documents, Ganoe explained that he would fight the urge to expose himself by purposely staying inside his home on Saturdays until after the mail was delivered. He added that his behavior progressed from just urinating to fully exposing himself.

Ganoe reportedly asked police to apologize to the victims multiple times and provided a written statement.

Charges were filed Feb. 1 by SCCRP Sgt. Nicole Peck with District Judge Jeffrey C. Miller in New Bethlehem.

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