Judge to serial flasher: Keep your clothes on, get out of townUPDATED 4:17 AM HST May 08, 2014Video Transcript
and stay on the bus.") (Judge Melba Marsh, Hamilton County Common Pleas Court) ("You don't look, you don't see, you don't dream about Hamilton County state of Ohio ever again - is that understood?") AN UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT HANDED DOWN ... TO A SERIAL FLASHER. THE JUDGE DIDN'T THROW THE BOOK AT HIM ... SHE HANDED HIM A BUS TICKET. GOOD EVENING I'M SHEREE PAOLELLO. AND I'M MIKE TO GET OUT OF JAIL EARLY, JOSIAH DAY HAS TO CATCH A RIDE HOME TO LOUISIANA. WLWT NEWS FIVE'S ANDREW SETTERS WAS IN COURT FOR TODAY'S SENTENCING. . (Andrew Setters) ("The problem of this serial flasher was solved in a somewhat unusual way - he agreed with the judge that he'd get out of town.") (Judge Melba Marsh, Hamilton County Common Pleas Court) ("You want to leave town, leave Hamilton County, leave the state of Ohio, get on a bus never to be seen in this area again and stay in Louisiana, is that basically it?") THE SENTENCE FOR JOSIAH DAY - HIT THE ROAD. THE 25 YEAR-OLD HAD BEEN LIVING IN COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP, BUT HE'S ORIGINALLY FROM LOUISIANA. DAY WAS PICKED UP BACK IN DECEMBER, ACCUSED OF EXPOSING HIMSELF TO TWO GIRLS IN THE BLUE ASH TARGET, AND FOLLOWING THEM AROUND. THE SAME DAY HE WAS ACCUSED OF FOLLOWING A 13 YEAR-OLD GIRL IN MADEIRA, EXPOSING HIMSELF. BUT TODAY, IS THE LAST DAY, JOSIAH DAY WILL BE IN TOWN. (Judge Melba Marsh, Hamilton County Common Pleas Court) ("Arrangements have been made that Mr. Day will be personally escorted and placed on a bus to Louisiana.") ("I actually have the bus ticket here with me.") JOSIAH DAY WAS FACING A LIST OF CHARGES INCLUDING MENACING BY STALKING AND CHILD ENTICEMENT. HE PLEADED GUILTY TO THREE FELONY COUNTS OF PUBLIC INDECENCY, AND AGREED TO A THREE PART SENTENCE TOO. ("What is the first condition that we discussed Mr. Day? I get on the bus and stay on the bus. Number 2, what's the other condition Mr. Day? Keep my clothes on unless I'm in a restroom. Number 3, what is it Mr. Day? Never come back to Hamilton County Ohio. You got it.") (Andrew Setters) ("Josiah Day could have served 180 days in lock-up - he's already served 160. Judge Melba Marsh told him she will waive the other 20 days of his sentence when she gets a call from his mom saying he's arrived in Louisiana. From the Hamilton County Courthouse, Andrew Setters, WLWT News Five.") PART OF THE REASON JOSIAH DAY WAS CHARGED WITH FELONIES IN THIS CASE IS BECAUSE OF A PREVIOUS CONVICTION FOR EXPOSING HIMSELF TO A WOMAN AND A TEENAGE GIRL OUTSIDE STORES IN SHARONVILLE.