LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - Authorities say a convicted sex offender was arrested after he exposed himself to a female employee at a local business where he had applied for work the previous day.
Goldyn Briggs, 27, was arrested on a charge of second-offense obscenity because he's already convicted of obscenity - for a very similar incident in 2015.
Briggs entered a local business and applied for employment on Dec. 5, said Deputy Chief Mark Kraus, Lake Charles Police Department spokesman. He returned on Dec. 6 and exposed himself to a female employee who was assisting him. He fled the business when confronted by other employees.
Briggs was convicted of first-offense obscenity and sentenced to two years in jail for a 2015 incident. Kraus said Briggs exposed himself to a female employee at a business where he applied for work.
Briggs is required to register as a sex offender following a 2010 conviction of carnal knowledge of a juvenile.
Judge Guy Bradberry set bond at $100,000.