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Posted on: August 5, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Subject arrested for Indecent Exposure in Downtown

On 08/05/2012 OFC. Reed Preece and Jones were on routine patrol in the area of S. Market St. and All Saints St. While in this location they observed a white male urinating on the side of the store. This subject was later identified as Thomas James Dondero, DOB 02/06/1993. The officers observed Dondero unzip his shorts and begin urinating. When he did this he exposed his gentiles to both pedestrian traffic and vehicle traffic in the area. Upon observing this OFC. Preece placed Dondero under arrest. Dondero is currently at Central Booking, where he will go before a District Court Commissioner.

Arrestees: Thomas James Dondero DOB-02/06/1993
Charges – Indecent Exposure
Arresting Officer: OFC. Reed Preece #432
Officer Preparing Release: Cpl. Charles A. Snyder #341
Investigating Officer: N/A
Case Report Number: 12-48627
NAC: 11

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