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Former Lackawannock Township Supervisor found guilty of indecent exposure

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MERCER COUNTY, P.a. - A former Lackawannock Township Supervisor was found guilty of indecent exposure. 

Willis Swartz, 71, pleaded no contest to the charge in Mercer County Court Monday.

Swartz was accused of touching himself and exposing himself to a 16-year-old Sharon girl as she was walking home from school last Spring.

He was previously sentenced to jail for lewdness for exposing himself to a Sharon woman in 2005. In 2006, Swartz pleaded no-contest in a separate case for touching and exposing himself to two Hubbard women.

Swartz's sentencing for his current case will be held at a later date.

 

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