ORANGEBURG, S.C. (WIS) - Deputies in Orangeburg have charged a man after he exposed himself during a work-related incident.
According to the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office, a woman saw 32-year-old Zacharie Glover doing cable work at a home on September 8. The woman asked Glover about cable service at her home.
The incident report said Glover asked the woman about the number of rooms and TVs she had in her home and Glover was shown the rooms. Shortly after, Glover reportedly grabbed the woman by the waist and told her he wanted to have sex with her before exposing himself to her.
The woman told Glover to leave her home.
Glover has been charged with one count of indecent exposure, which carries a maximum sentence of up to three years in prison and a fine.
Glover turned himself in to the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Department upon becoming aware of the outstanding warrant against him, accompanied by his lawyer and family members.
A personal recognizance bond was set for Glover at $1,500 on Tuesday.
Glover’s attorney, Carl Grant, says, “Mr. Glover categorically denies all allegations made against him that serve as the bases for this charge and he will plead not guilty. Mr. Glover expects to be fully exonerated at trial.”
Grant states that during the five years that Glover worked for AT&T as a wire technician there haven’t been any allegations made towards him concerning improper conduct or comments towards female customers or potential customers.