A man who was paroled five years ago after serving time for second-degree murder in Florida was arrested for allegedly exposing himself to three female juvenile employees at a fast-food restaurant drive-thru, officials said.
Patrick A. Brewer, 53, allegedly exposed himself Wednesday afternoon, first to a cashier and then to two other workers at a pick-up window of the McDonald's along Route 512 in Wind Gap, Northampton Co., officials said.
The three workers said the man who exposed himself had no clothing on from the waist down and smiled at them, officials said.
The workers gave the license number of the man's car to police, who found that the car was registered to Brewer, officials said, adding that the workers also identified Brewer from a police photograph.
Brewer was taken into custody Thursday at his home at 135 Lincoln St., Wind Gap, and police found a receipt from McDonald's dated Aug. 29 on the front seat of Brewer's car, officials said.
Brewer was arraigned on indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and harassment charges and committed to Northampton County Prison on $100,000 bail, according to court documents.
A preliminary hearing is set for 11 a.m. Sept.7.
Court papers show Brewer was paroled from a Florida jail on Jan. 17, 2007, and that he was sentenced to 100 years for second-degree murder in 1982.
He was also charged with first-degree murder in 1978, court papers show.
He has been living in Wind Gap for 4 1/2 years.