Police: Trespasser used bathroom in Rock Hill man’s driveway

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comSeptember 18, 2013 

— A Rock Hill man told police that one of two men trespassing on his property used the bathroom in his driveway Tuesday evening.

At about 7:20 p.m., police were called to a Hutchinson Street home and spoke to a man, 60, who told them he saw two men run past his house before one of them yelled, according to a Rock Hill police report.

When he walked towards the end of the driveway, the man told officers he saw one of the men, wearing a green shirt and long khaki pants, squatting at the end of his driveway, using the bathroom on the side of the road, the report states.

At the same time, the man’s daughter and granddaughter arrived at the house and also saw the man in the compromising position, police said.

The homeowner confronted the man, who told him he would return and clean it up later, the report states. He then ran down the street.

The man got into his truck and followed the suspect down Annafrel Street, where the suspect ran behind some houses, the report states. The homeowner found the other man who accompanied the bathroom-user sitting on the porch of an Annafrel Street house.

Police spoke with the second man, who said the man who used the bathroom lives in the Boyd Hill area, the report states. The victim’s daughter told police that the suspect might be from a nearby homeless shelter, but she did not know his name.

Police are investigating the incident as indecent exposure.

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