(Stillwater, Okla.) -- A rural Perkins man has been placed on two years' probation for exposing himself to a woman delivering newspapers and also to her 19-year-old grandson.
Keith Raymond Harp, 64, who pleaded guilty to indecent exposure, was ordered last week to have a mental health evaluation and complete any recommended follow-up treatment.
Harp must also perform 75 hours of community service, pay a $300 fine, and follow all recommendations in a background report, District Judge Phillip Corley ordered last week.
Harp also must appear this week in the office of the state Department of Corrections Probation and Parole, which will assess the level of sex offender that Harp is, the judge ordered.
The woman went to the Payne County Sheriff's Office on May 4, 2010, to report that Harp had exposed his privates to her four different times, Sheriff's Investigator Larry Kitchel wrote in an affidavit.
She delivers newspapers, the boxes for which are located on Lost Creek Lane, the affidavit said.
She said that the first indecent exposure occurred about four years earlier, the affidavit said.
"The victim says that when delivering these boxes, she has to, after making delivery, drive on to the end of the road to a circle drive, then return back by the boxes -- and on delivery this day, defendant exposed himself as the victim made the delivery, then again on returning back past the boxes.
"The victim says this time her daughter was with her. Her daughter is an adult.
"The second time (about a year ago), victim says she was alone, and on delivery defendant exposed his privates in the same fashion by pulling his shorts up and twisting them.
"The third time, victim says was on the 3rd day of May 2010, between 1:30 and 2 p.m.," while her 19-year-old grandson was with her, the affidavit said.
"Defendant was in his older orange pickup, which he pulled up out of the way, then got out exposing himself as he approached about four feet from the victim's vehicle," the affidavit said.
Indecent exposure is a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine, court records show.