12/23 Man Accused of Lewd and Lascivious Behavior Gets Case Delayed

Barry Grady of Lomira has been charged with lewd and lascivious behavior along with disorderly conduct after he walked around the Hartford St. Vincent de Paul without his pants on, appeared for an initial court appearance late last week and the results are he had his case pushed back to allow  his a t t o r n e y time to gather more information. The reason for the granted delay from Washington County Circuit Judge James Muehlbauer was due to the fact that the 45 year old Grady, a p p e a r e d b e f o r e the judge with his attorney
Michael Kenitz for the first time. Kenitz said the time needed to gather more information could take three to four weeks. Grady’s next hearing is now scheduled for January  22. According to the criminal complaint a Hartford police officer was sent to the store on October 28th when a sore manger said she came across a man holding a pair of pants who allegedly only had a shirt on. He told the woman he was looking for pants. She asked him if he came in the store with pants on, he said he did. He told the manager his pants were in the fitting room and she told him to put them on. She said he came back out was walking around with the pants folded and his lower half exposed. Grady told police he was buying work pants. When he tried the pants on, he exited the fitting room wearing just boxer shorts,  He said he did it to see people's reactions when they saw him. If convicted, Grady could face a maximum sentence of more than nine months in prison and more than $10,000 in fines.
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