• Police: CPS worker accused of urinating, exposing himself outside SC school


    YORK COUNTY, S.C. - A Gaston County child protective services worker has been arrested after police said he urinated and exposed himself to people outside a York County middle school.

    Police arrested Derrick Hensley Monday afternoon in the York Intermediate School parking lot.

    Investigators said Hensley had beer in his car and was drunk.

    Witnesses told police he relieved himself in front of several people during school dismissal.

    Hensley has been charged with indecent exposure and DWI, police said.

    This is not the first alcohol-related charge Hensley has faced.

    Channel 9 checked archives and found he was arrested in Gastonia in July. At that time, he was charged with DWI and later released on bond.

    It is not clear if he was found guilty of in that case.

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