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December 3, 2022

Apparently a Connecticut Man Misunderstood the Intent of a Jackson Hewitt Employee When She Mentioned Schedules B and J

New Haven, since you ask.

A 25-year-old New Haven man was arrested Monday on public indecency charges after he unzipped his pants and exposed his genitals to an employee at Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, police said. […] According to Capt. Ronald Smith, [Anthony] Randolph walked into the Jackson Hewitt office at 1338 Dixwell Ave., and started a conversation with a woman who worked there. Moments later, witnesses told police Randolph exposed himself to the woman.

Police: Man Exposed Himself To Woman At Tax Office [HC]

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