Convicted murderer urinates on City Hall - Tucson News Now

Convicted murderer urinates on City Hall

PHOENIX (CBS5) -

A man who spent 20 years in an Arizona prison after being convicted of the murder of two 13-year-old girls has been arrested in Arkansas on charges including indecent exposure.

Randy Brazeal, 42, was released from prison in 2011 and his whereabouts had been unknown until his arrest Tuesday afternoon.

Brazeal will serve 75 days in jail after pleading guilty to urinating on the Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas City Hall, according to Chief Mike Callender, Chief Investigator for the Crittenden County Sheriff's Office.

[Click here to read the CCSO incident report]

Horseshoe Lake is a small town along the Mississippi River just a short drive from Memphis, Tennessee.

Brazeal pled guilty to second degree murder in 1991 after he and Richard Dale Stokley were arrested in connection with the murders of Mandy Meyers and Mary Snyder in Elfrida, AZ. The small town is about a hundred miles southeast of Tucson in Cochise County.

Brazeal was sentenced shortly before a DNA report indicated that he had participated in the rape of one of the young girls.

Brazeal was released in July of 2011 and Stokely was executed in December of 2012.

Mother of victim Mandy Meyers, Patty Hancock tells CBS5 that Brazeal has been served papers in jail indicating he still has not paid a cent of his $12,494 court ordered restitution.

Brazeal was not required to register as a sexual offender because he was never convicted of a sex-based crime.

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