Limerick: Man exposes self at park

LIMERICK A man with a history of exposing himself allegedly did it again Sunday afternoon at Limerick Community Park, according to police.

Daniel Garcia, 32, of Pottstown, allegedly exposed himself to a woman walking on the path at the park around 2:30 p.m. Limerick Police arrived and detained Garcia after the woman called 911.

Following police questioning, on-call District Judge Harold Borek arraigned Garcia via video on two counts of indecent exposure, one count of open lewdness and one count of disorderly conduct.

His bail was set at $25,000 cash, which he did not post. Garcia was taken to Montgomery County Correctional Facility.

In both 2006 and 2008, the Pottstown Police arrested Garcia for indecent exposure and open lewdness, according to court documents.

Additionally, Garcia has previous arrests on charges typically associated with drug dealing dating back to the late 90s.

The first completely sunny day of the weekend, the park was busy with several high school-age youth volleyball games, an adult league baseball game and many families out at Manderach Memorial Playground.

Several Limerick police officers responded to the scene to deal with the alleged exposure as well as an unrelated medical incident. A Trappe ambulance also responded for the medical event.

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LIMERICK A 32-year-old man exposed himself to a woman walking the path at Limerick Community Park Sunday afternoon.

The Limerick Police responded to the park after the woman called police around 2:30 p.m.

Police did not release the mans name but said he was from Pottstown and was sent to the police station there for a video arraignment with on-call District Judge Harold Borek.

Hell be charged with indecent exposure.

The first completely sunny day of the weekend, the park was busy with several high school-age youth volleyball games, an adult league baseball game and many families out at Manderach Memorial Playground.

Several Limerick Police officers arrived to deal with the man allegedly exposing himself.

A single ambulance from Trappe also arrived at the park but for an unrelated medical incident.

Follow Frank Otto on Twitter @fottojourno.

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