Harry Hayman, director of operations for the two McFadden's bars in Philadelphia, has been arrested on a warrant from Arizona charging him with sexually abusing employees at bars he owned there, officials said today.
Hayman, 42, was picked on Tuesday up by Philadelphia police and U.S. marshals and, according to Philadelphia court records, released this morning after posting $15,000 bail.
Initial attempts to contact Hayman were unsuccessful.
A woman who answered the phone at McFadden's on 3rd Street said, "he is no longer with the company" and hung up. A woman who answered the phone at the bar at Citizens Bank park said he was not there.
After a half-dozen employees of Hayman's bar and grill in Glendale, Ariz., complained about his behavior in April, he reportedly has refused all attempts by police or prosecutors to talk to him.
A Maricopa County grand jury returned a warrant charging him with three counts of sexual abuse, six counts of indecent exposure, three counts of public sexual indecency, and eight counts of assault last month.
According to azfamily.com, Hayman owned McFadden's Restaurant and Calico Jack's in Glendale.
He is scheduled to appear at a hearing Feb. 18 before Commons Pleas Court Judge Frank Palumbo, according Hayman's docket sheet.