Pickens man charged in indecent exposure cases at two post offices

COUNTY — An arrest has been made after postal workers and customers in Easley and Liberty reported seeing a man in see-through women’s clothes in several incidents over a four-month period.

According to a release from the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, as a result of an investigagion that began in July, Douglas Dean Evans, 41, of 215 McDaniel Avenue in Pickens, was arrested last Thursday on three counts of indecent exposure.

Officers said a man believed to be Evans had been seen inside and around the Easley and Liberty Post Offices by both postal employees and Post Office customers wearing only ladies’ lingerie, high-heel shoes and a black wig. Witnesses claimed the outfits were sheer, revealing the man’s private areas.
According to the release, the witnesses, all women, were “shocked and appalled” by the man’s appearance, and each encountered him while they were alone and expressed fear because of the encounter.

Together, the victims provided crucial information which led to Evans’ arrest, officers said.

The investigation was initiated by sheriff’s deputies and U.S. Postal Inspectors after receiving information from the Liberty and Easley police departments on Oct. 31 detailing several incidents that had occurred between July and October.