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Man, 81, accused of exposing himself

Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT

CASEYVILLE (AP) – An 81-year-old Illinois man already barred from some St. Louis-area libraries because of a sexual misconduct conviction is now accused of exposing himself at a restaurant.

The Belleville News-Democrat reports Donald Tinsley of Caseyville is charged in Missouri’s St. Louis County with sexual misconduct.

Sunset Hills police Lt. Greg Zveitel alleges Tinsley was arrested June 11 after witnesses reported he exposed his genitals at a St. Louis Bread Company store.

Court records show Tinsley was living in St. Louis in June 2012 when he was charged with sexual misconduct. As part of his sentencing last December after his guilty plea, Tinsley was ordered to continue mental health treatment and was banished from St. Louis County libraries.

A message seeking comment was left at a home listing for Tinsley.

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