By Debbie Gregory
Mr. Lloyd Junior Graves faces numerous charges after he went to two different residences, one on Hirestown Road and the other on Old Oakdale Lane, and flashed the female resident at each home.

According to the report filed by Deputy Josh Boles, of the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, on Friday, January 26, a 45-year-old man, of Lafayette, went to two different homes, that he did not have permission to be, and pulled his pants down and “exposed” himself to each woman.
Deputy Boles states in the report that when he did make contact with the vehicle, Lloyd Junior Graves was behind the wheel. “Graves fled in the vehicle after I told him to exit,” said Deputy Boles. “I did initiate a pursuit on the vehicle, and Mr. Graves did not comply, as he drove very reckless, and endangered others on the roadway.”
Mr. Graves apparently drove in fields and ran stop signs trying to get away from Deputy Boles and other deputies that joined in the chase.
The deputy also stated in his report that when checking Lloyd Graves’ license status, he had a revoked license.
Lloyd Graves was arrested by the Macon County Sheriffs Office on Sunday, January 28, and was charged with indecent exposure (2 counts), reckless endangerment, reckless driving, failure to stop for signals or signs, evading arrest, criminal trespassing (2 counts), obedience to law enforcement officer, driving on a revoked license, and theft of property.
Bond is set at $21,500 and a General Sessions Court date is set for Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2018.