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Mount Joy man found guilty of exposing himself at Sharp Shopper, receives his sentence

By Dan Miller

danmiller@pressandjournal.com

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Posted 9/15/17

A Dauphin County jury has convicted a Mount Joy man of exposing himself to a female employee in the Sharp Shopper grocery store in Lower Swatara Township on Jan. 9.

Randy Hubbard, 57, was found …

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Mount Joy man found guilty of exposing himself at Sharp Shopper, receives his sentence

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A Dauphin County jury has convicted a Mount Joy man of exposing himself to a female employee in the Sharp Shopper grocery store in Lower Swatara Township on Jan. 9.

Randy Hubbard, 57, was found guilty Wednesday, Sept. 13 on both charges of indecent exposure and open lewdness following a trial that began on Monday, Sept. 11, and ended on Tuesday, Sept. 12, according to online court records and information posted by the Dauphin County DA’s office.

Hubbard was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months of  probation and a $300 fine. He must undergo a mental health evaluation, and not have contact with the victim.

The employee was stocking shelves in a food aisle when she noticed Hubbard standing in the aisle exposing his genitals, the DA’s office said. 

The woman testified at trial that Hubbard was looking at her as he exposed himself. Hubbard’s act was also captured on the store surveillance cameras. Township police were able to arrest Hubbard about two weeks after the incident thanks in part to Facebook.

Police had identified a woman who was in the store with Hubbard that day through transaction receipts. She was not with Hubbard while he was exposing himself.

Once police had the woman’s name, police used Facebook to search her friends, and then their friends, until they found Hubbard — who was a match for the man caught on the store surveillance, police said.