Jeannette man charged with exposing himself at Hempfield restaurant |

Jeannette man charged with exposing himself at Hempfield restaurant

Jeff Himler

A Jeannette man is accused of indecent exposure at the Sonic drive-in restaurant along Route 30 in Hempfield.

Anthony James Monteparte, 40, exposed himself in front of two restaurant employees on Sept. 12, state police said.

According to police, as Monteparte paid for a drive-through food order, he dropped the coins he’d received as change and asked a female employee to pick them up for him. When the worker went outside and gave him the coins, police say, Monteparte had his pants down.

When the restaurant’s male manager went outside to give Monteparte his food, Monteparte again exposed himself, according to police.

Monteparte was identified by a state trooper who previously arrested him on a similar charge.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, [email protected] or via Twitter @jhimler_news.

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