Man Faces Charges for Urinating in Front of Courthouse

CLEARFIELD -A Clearfield man waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday before Magisterial District Judge Richard Ireland.

William Henry Davis, 52, faces charges in relation to urinating in front of the Clearfield County Courthouse during fair week.

The affidavit of probable cause states that Davis was on an Area Transportation Authority bus. The bus was parked in front of the courthouse on North Second Street.

The driver asked Davis to leave, as the driver believed the Davis to be intoxicated. Eventually, Davis did leave the bus. It was at this point, while he was in front of the courthouse, that Mr. Davis is alleged to have exposed himself and urinated on the sidewalk.

Davis then got back on the bus. Clearfield Borough Police officer Brian Dixon arrived and boarded the bus. The officer believed Davis to be intoxicated, as he could not stand under his own power.

Davis was then placed under arrest.

Davis is charged with open lewdness, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

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