A South Carolina man free on bond on charges of soliciting teen boys for oral sex at the Skyview Drive-In in Belleville has been arrested on charges of indecent exposure in his hometown.
Blaine P. Zdybel, 33, of North Myrtle Beach, S.C., faces charges in St. Clair County — two counts sexual exploitation of a child, one count of indecent solicitation of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and two counts resisting a police officer. He was charged last week in Horry County, S.C. with felony indecent exposure, according to Horry County Solicitors’ spokeswoman Kayla Fleming.
“We are filing a petition to revoke bond in this case and will coordinate our prosecution with our colleagues in South Carolina,” said St. Clair County State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly on Tuesday.
Zydbel is accused of exposing himself to 14-year-old and 13-year-old boys and asking a 16-year-old boy for oral sex. The offenses occurred in the bathroom of the Skyview Drive in during Slashfest on Oct. 10, 2015.
Belleville police were called to the scene and found drive-in employees had Zdybel on the ground near the concession stand. Zydbel pushed one of the officers who was trying to arrest him, then refused to get into a squad car.
On March 2, the day before Zdybel was scheduled to go to trial on the St. Clair County misdemeanor charges, police received a report that a man in a dark colored car pulled up to two boys on Seaview Street in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. and asked if they wanted to “see something,” a police report stated.
The boys told police that the man was fondling himself. Zydbel was later identified as a suspect.
On March 19, a detective met with Zydbel’s mother, who told them that her son has “substance abuse issues.”
That night, a man was parked outside the House of Blues at 4640 S. Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., about 8:30 p.m. when an officer walked by and spotted a man fondling himself, the police report stated.
That man was later identified as Zydbel.
Police arrested Zydbel on March 20.
Zydbel posted $3,000 bond and was released on the South Carolina charges.