SUGARCREEK, Ohio, June 10 (UPI) -- An Ohio man who allegedly dressed in a women's bathing suit and harassed several people during the span of a week has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Kevin Miller, 41, of Sugarcreek Township, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to five misdemeanor counts of public indecency and three misdemeanor counts of menacing, the Dayton (Ohio) Daily News reported Wednesday.
Xenia Prosecutor Ron Lewis said the menacing charges stem from allegations he chased two women in a canoe and a pair of juveniles leaving an ice cream shop on separate occasions and the public indecency charge resulted from Miller partially exposing himself to people as a result of wearing the swimsuit designed for different anatomy.
"He said he just wanted to harass people to get a response because, to him, it was the thing to do," Sugarcreek Police Sgt. Mark White said. " But we don't believe he was being honest about his motives."
Miller was taken to the Greene County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.