An Idaho man allegedly undressed in front of a 13-year-old boy while the kid was in a hot tub at a Jackpot, Nev. casino on Sunday evening. The man later got arrested.
The boy was using the hot tub when Jesse P. Kaye, 29, of Boise, was nearby changing into a swimsuit.
The boy left the hot tub on a bicycle, authorities said. Kaye allegedly ran after the boy, the Elko Daily Free Press, a local newspaper, reported.
Later, Kaye was arrested for indecent or obscene exposure in the presence of a child, the report said. It was unclear if the boy’s parents or guardian were near the child when the incident took place.
An Elko County Sheriff’s deputy reviewed video from a nearby surveillance camera. It showed Kaye undressing in front of the boy, authorities said.
Deputies searched around the hot tub. Kaye’s sandals, shorts and underwear were found by the hot tub, they said.
Kaye was booked into the Elko County Jail. Bail was set at $5,000. His case will be turned over to local prosecutors in Nevada court.
Authorities did not specify which casino in which the incident took place. There are several casinos in the Jackpot, Nev. area. The community is located near the state line with Idaho.
Half-Naked Man in Pennsylvania
In an unrelated incident, last September a 49-year-old Fitchburg, Mass. man was arrested for indecent exposure and public drunkenness. That’s after a Pennsylvania state trooper spotted him defecating in a flowerbed outside of Hollywood Casino York.
Police claim the man’s buttocks and genitals were unclothed. The unnamed man was seen squatting outside of the Springettsbury Township, Pa. gaming property. He was half-naked and heavily intoxicated, the York Dispatch, a Pennsylvania newspaper reported.
Police claim the man was unclothed below the waist, exposing his buttocks and genitals.
Earlier, in February 2021, a naked woman was arrested after breaking into a fire control room and shutting off power at Circa Resort in Las Vegas, police said.
Alissa Neeley, 28, faced a charge of theft of a fire prevention device. Neeley was required to stay away from the resort. It was not immediately known what happened to her court case.
Neeley had been a guest at the resort. But she was thrown out for walking around in the hotel in the nude, police said. She also is accused of entering rooms designated for employee use only.
Due to her prank, the power went out in the casino, the hotel, and the parking garage, local press reports said.
Also, in July 2021 Henry Ellis, 46, of Camden, N.J., was arrested after he allegedly exposed himself near the Mohegan Sun Pocono casino in Pennsylvania.
Ellis was charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, and resisting arrest. He allegedly punched another man, and also allegedly exposed his genitalia.
It was not immediately clear how his case was resolved in court.
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