Man sentenced for exposing himself in Naperville park
BY BILL BIRD firstname.lastname@example.org March 12, 2013 8:14PM
Updated: April 16, 2013 3:15PM
An 18-year-old Naperville man has been ordered to perform community service work as part of his penalty for exposing himself last fall to a jogger in the Naperville Park District’s Pioneer Park.
Frank M. Kasnick lives on the 800 block of Wellner Road in the East Highlands neighborhood. His home is about a mile northwest of the park, located at 1212 S. Washington St. along the banks of the DuPage River.
Kasnick pleaded guilty in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton to a misdemeanor count of public indecency/lewd exposure. Court records indicated a second, identical count was dismissed in exchange for that plea.
Judge Brian J. Diamond on March 5 ordered Kasnick to perform 20 hours of public service work, records showed. Diamond also placed Kasnick on two years of court supervision and ordered him to pay fines and court costs.
Naperville police Sgt. Lou Cammiso said the incident occurred about 8:34 a.m. July 31. Kasnick exposed himself as a jogger was running past him.
Kasnick surrendered Nov. 20 at the police station, according to written police reports. Court documents indicated he had no prior record in DuPage County and has none in Kane County or Will County.