Exposure results in probation
Cranberry man gets 2 years
Butler Eagle
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November 10, 2013

CRANBERRY TWP — A man who exposed himself to a female customer in the Cranberry Mall will spend two years on probation.

The defendant, 25-year-old Tyson Acquaviva of Walden Pond Lane in Cranberry, pleaded no contest to one count of indecent exposure.

He was sentenced Tuesday by Butler County Judge William Shaffer to the plea arrangement made with the county district attorney’s office.

In addition to probation, Acquaviva was ordered to pay a $500 fine, attend weekly therapy and get a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Previously, he spent a year on probation for photographing a tanning salon customer at the Marriott Residence Inn on Freedom Road with his cell phone.

In that case, Acquaviva pleaded no contest to one count of invasion of privacy, and was sentenced to serve a year of probation and 35 hours of community service.

In both of the cases, Acquaviva was employed at the establishments where the incidents occurred.

When given the opportunity to give a comment in court, Acquaviva declined.