State Police cited an Elkview man for indecent exposure and possession of meth after they stopped his car on the interstate because he was driving erratically.
Trooper M.J. Napier was dispatched to Interstate 64 near Dunbar after two tractor-trailer drivers called 911 to report a man in a silver Chrysler Sebring fondling himself while driving, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Magistrate Court.
The calls came in about 9 p.m. Sunday, the complaint said.
Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Andrew N. Jones, 34, of Wills Creek Road.
Jones first told the trooper that he had been changing clothes while driving, the complaint said.
The two truck drivers who had called 911 stopped nearby and both told the trooper they had seen Jones wearing women's underwear and stockings with his pants down to his ankles and fondling himself while driving, the complaint stated.
Jones told Napier that he had recently gone through a divorce and was "excited" because he was going to see a girlfriend, whom he was talking to on his cell phone as he drove, the complaint said.
Jones then told the officer he had used meth before being stopped by the police, troopers said.
Police confirmed he was wearing women's underwear, the complaint said.
The trooper searched the vehicle and found a bag of meth along with a meth pipe in the driver's seat, according to the complaint. Napier also found that Jones' license had been suspended for an unpaid citation.
Jones was arrested and charged with indecent exposure, simple possession of meth and driving on a suspended license.