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Dover Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure

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Gregory N. Kotzar Gregory N. Kotzar

DOVER, Del.- Delaware State Police have arrested a Dover man accused of exposing himself to employees at a business near his home.

Police said Gregory N. Kotzar, 56, was walking around his backyard nude and masturbating at around 7:45 a.m. Tuesday.

Investigators said several female employees from a nearby dental office on Wolf Creek Boulevard contacted police, informed them of the behavior and identifed Kotzar through a business card he had given the office when they recently opened

This was the second occurrence of this nature by Kotzar in less than two weeks, according to police. They said the same lewd behavior was observed on June 30.

Troopers took Kotzar into custody at his home and transported him to Troop 3, where he was charged with two counts of lewdness and four counts of indecent exposure. He was released on $4,000 unsecured bond.

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