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Police: Repeat Offender Charged With Exposing Himself in Dover Parking Lot

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DOVER, Del.– An 18-year-old previously charged with dropping his pants outside of a Hartly elementary school and day care has been arrested again for indecent exposure and harassment, Dover police said Monday.

According to police, Brandon Tucker, of Hartly, was charged with several crimes after exposing himself and masturbating in front of people in the Greentree Shopping Center parking lot on the afternoon of July 27.

At around 1:45 p.m. on that date, police said officers responded to the shopping center for reports of a young man exposing his genitals to shoppers. Witnesses provided a tag number and description of a red car Tucker was allegedly driving, but police said he fled prior to their arrival. A mother and her 11-year-old daughter who reported the incident to the Redner’s store manager had also left the area, authorities said. 

Investigators said the next day Tucker admitted to police he had exposed himself in the parking lot, and warrants were obtained for his arrest. Police said they also made contact with the victim, who said Tucker had pulled up next her shortly after she parked in the Redner’s lot and exposed his genitals to her. When the victim got out of her vehicle, she said Tucker drove up to another car in the parking lot with women inside. According to police, the woman said that when she left the store after reporting the incident, Tucker again pulled his car up beside her and her 11-year-old daughter. She told officers that this time Tucker opened his door and masturbated in front of them and continued to do so as they drove off, police said.

Police said Tucker was charged with indecent exposure and harassment and released on $1,000 bond.

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