Convicted Sex Offender Back Behind Bars After Exposing Himself At Work

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A convicted sex offender from Louisiana has been arrested again after exposing himself to two women at work, said Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon.

Chris Draper, 27, was arrested and charged with two counts of “Obscenity and Failure to Register to and Notify as a Sex Offender,” Baton Rouge CBS affiliate WAFB9 reported Monday. Authorities say the second charge stemmed from his failure to register in Assumption Parish by the Jan. 2022 deadline.

Draper, who worked at a production plant, “exposed himself in a lewd and or lascivious manner to at least two victims at his place of employment,” the sheriff’s office reported, according to

The Donaldsville, Louisiana, native was previously convicted of sex crimes in the state’s Ascension Parish, per the sheriff’s office. Draper has been booked into Assumption Detention Center and is being held on $40,000 bond, WAFB reports.