Man arrested for allegedly showing explicit videos to minors at St. George fast-food restaurant

An employee of a fast-food restaurant in St. George was booked into jail facing felony charges after allegedly showing a pornographic video to two juveniles while on the clock.

An employee of a fast-food restaurant in St. George was booked into jail facing felony charges after allegedly showing a pornographic video to two juveniles while on the clock. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)



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ST. GEORGE — An employee of a fast-food restaurant in St. George was booked into jail facing felony charges after allegedly showing a pornographic video to two juveniles while on the clock.

Shortly after 2 p.m. on Wednesday, St. George police received a report about an employee at a fast-food restaurant located in the city possibly showing pornography to teens.

According to the probable cause statement filed in support of the arrest, the employee, 24-year-old Leodan Gerardo Alfaro, was speaking to two juvenile girls during his shift. And when asked, he said he had a girlfriend and asked if the teens wanted to see her.

Authorities say the suspect then showed both girls a video of the suspect performing a sexual act on a "completely nude female." When he attempted to scroll through his cell phone, "in an attempt show them more videos," the teens left the area.

Read the whole story at St. George News.

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Cody Blowers
Cody Blowers is a reporter for St. George News. A graduate of Colorado Technical University, Cody earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a minor in paralegal studies.

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