Registered sex offender arrested on 12th indecent exposure charge in Kershaw Co.
KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. (WACH)-- A man with a lengthy criminal past has been charged with incident exposure for the twelfth time, according to the Kershaw County Sheriff's Department.
According to the department, 36-year-old Tavarus Dallas Rogers is now booked at the Kershaw County Detention Center on a $10,000 bond.
On April 1, a woman reported that her co-worker, identified as Rogers, had exposed himself to her while at work.
Kershaw County investigators interviewed the victim as well as two supervisors from the store who were at work during the incident.
During their investigation, deputies made contact with Rogers who repeatedly hung up the phone when investigators attempted to make contact with him.
According to Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jack Rushing, the Kershaw County investigator obtained an arrest warrant for Rogers who lives in Lee County and entered the information that Rogers was wanted into the federal criminal database. Rogers, who is a registered sex offender who serves weekend time in Florence County for indecent exposure was arrested on April 27 on the Kershaw County warrant when Florence officials ran Rogers in the federal database.
Rogers has been previously arrested for indecent exposure (11 arrests), possession with intent to distribute marijuana, shoplifting (multiple), assault and battery, breaking into a motor vehicle, stalking, petty larceny, contempt of circuit court, driving under suspension, contempt of municipal court and voyeurism.