Man Accused of Clogging Toilets in Sheboygan Sentenced to Probation, Jail Time

A 35-year-old man from Sheboygan was sentenced Monday to
three-years of probation for clogging women’s toilets at Deland Park and at his
place of work. Patrick D. Beeman was originally charged with 12 misdemeanors of
criminal damage to property, but seven of those charges were dismissed.
Conditions of his probation require Beeman to serve 150 days in jail and pay
more than $5,500 in restitution. Beeman is also not allowed to possess or
consume alcohol or any controlled substances and must complete 100 hours of
community service.

A criminal complaint says police officers found a toilet
in the women’s bathroom at the Deland Community Center clogged by a plastic
bottle last March. 10 similar incidents were found dating back to April 2017
where toilets were clogged. Police identified Beeman after speaking with a
manager at the temp agency where he worked. The manager said he had damaged
toilets at a company where he was placed by the agency – before he was let go
by the business. He was placed at another business, where similar incidents
began happening. Beeman reportedly told police he gets urges to do odd things,
like looking for bottles in the trash to clog toilets.