BELLEFONTE — All but one of the charges against a serial streaker were bound over for possible trial Wednesday during a preliminary hearing.
Kelvin Flory, 50, was arrested last week when police tackled him as he was running naked through a State College field. They had received reports of people seeing a naked man in public.
In court Wednesday, a misdemeanor count of open lewdness was dismissed, leaving him facing two counts of indecent exposure and one count each of prowling and open lewdness.
Florys arrest last week was the third time in July hed been charged with similar crimes and the fourth since May. Prior to that, he had a dozen arrests and convictions for similar crimes since 1994.
Flory is being held in the Centre County Correctional Facility on $25,000 bail.
Assistant District Attorney Kelley Gillette-Walker has asked a county judge to revoke Florys bail, saying he posted bail after his most recent arrests under the condition he wouldnt get into trouble again.
The defendant has a long history of running naked through occupied areas during the late night and early morning hours, sometimes while he masturbates, Gillette-Walker wrote in her motion. The defendant has violated the conditions of his bail and presents a clear and present danger to himself and the community.
The motion is awaiting a decision by Judge Bradley P. Lunsford.
Florys defense attorney, Patrick Klena, said his client waived his arraignment and is scheduled for a pre-trial conference in November.
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