BEAVER, Pa. (AP) - Police say a man exposed himself at a western Pennsylvania library and recorded videos aimed up the skirts of women using a camera he placed beneath tables there.
Online court records don't list an attorney for 47-year-old Preston Sager, of Edinburg. He faces a preliminary hearing Sept. 9 on charges of open lewdness, resisting arrest and indecent exposure.
Police say Sager tried to run away when they were called to the Beaver Area Memorial Library on Saturday afternoon by a worker who recognized Sager as a man who had taken off his pants a week before.
Police say Sager dropped a book bag containing a laptop, webcam, women's underwear and petroleum jelly. When police searched the computer, they found videos of females who had been recorded.
Sager doesn't have a listed phone.
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