Chronic flasher gets probation revoked
HOUSTON Wayne Dolcefino and our 13 Undercover unit first told you about Skiles last year because he'd been convicted of indecent exposure four times, exposing himself to his own neighbors. The last time he was caught, police checked the van he'd been driving around in and found a pile of women's purses and Easter candy. But because indecent exposure is a misdemeanor, the most time he could get is 180 days. Skiles was on probation in Wharton County. The district attorney in Wharton used the Harris County charges to revoke Skiles' probation. Last week, Skiles pled true to the public lewdness charge. He's now behind bars for 18 months with no possibility of parole.