UNION, SC (WSPA) – An employee said a man came to WBCU radio and robbed him, exposed his penis, solicited sex, threaten to kill his parents and the station manager and blow up his car.
The employee says the suspect came to the front window around 5:50 a.m. and was asking him for gas money.
He have the man $5 because he felt sorry for him.
The man, identified by police as Tracy Leon Bishop, 35, took the money and left.
Bishop came back and gave the employee the $5 back and said he needed more.
When the employee said he didn’t have anymore, Bishop told him to use the ATM machine down the street.
Bishop then wanted to come inside, according to the man.
When the employee said they were closed, Bishop strong armed his way into the station and refused to leave, according to the report.
Bishop then pulled out his penis and said he would have sex with him, according to the employee.
The victim said Bishop knew his name and threatened to kill his parents and the owner of the radio station if he called the police.
Bishop then started struggling with the man, got his wallet and took $80, according to the employee.
The man said Bishop then gave him the wallet back with the remaining money inside.
Then victim said Bishop told him he was leaving and had friends waiting for him down the street and he would blow up his car.
Union Police charged Bishop with Strong Arm Robbery and Indecent Exposure.
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