Man accused of lewd behavior during screening pleads not guilty

He is bound over for trial on charges that he exposed himself at Saukville firm
Ozaukee Press staff

A 35-year-old man accused of propositioning a woman who was conducting a health screening at a Saukville company in March, then exposing himself to her was bound over for trial in Ozaukee County Circuit Court last week.

Brian K. Brecheisen, 35, of Sheboygan, pleaded not guilty to a felony count of false imprisonment and misdemeanor counts of lewd and lascivious behavior and disorderly conduct after a Monday, May 21, preliminary hearing before Judge Joseph Voiland.

According to the criminal complaint, on March 7, a police officer was called to Charter Steel, where he spoke to the 28-year-old woman who conducted the health screening  of Brecheisen at the factory.

The woman said the screening began with small talk, but then Brecheisen started flirting with her and making inappropriate sexual comments, the complaint states.

She said Brecheisen made comments about he and his wife’s sex life, asked her about her sexual preferences, called her a “pretty girl” and asked her to go to his van with him, according to the complaint.

The woman said Brecheisen turned everything she said into sexual innuendo. She told the officer that he was very “tall and husky” and that he essentially had her cornered in the screening room, according to the complaint.

When Brecheisen finally stood up to leave, he told the woman, “Look what you did to me,” and asked her if she wanted to touch him. Then he unzipped his pants and exposed himself to her, the complaint states.

Brecheisen eventually left the screening room and the woman reported the incident to a coworker.

When confronted by the officer, Brecheisen said that after the woman was finished reviewing the results of his screening with him, he made a comment to her about how he shouldn’t stand up because he was aroused, according to the complaint.

He told the officer he stood up, and after the woman made a comment about “it being good and/or nice,” he unzipped his pants and exposed himself for between five and 10 seconds, the complaint states.

Brecheisen was arrested on March 29 and is currently free in lieu of $5,000 bail. 


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