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February 16, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Wide receiver Stephen Starring of the New England Patriots has been convicted by an Arapahoe County Court jury on two counts of indecent exposure. After the jury returned the verdict this week, County Judge Jim Macrum fined Starring $500 and ordered him to appear in court March 6 to review the results of a mental health examination. Starring could be ordered to undergo treatment at that time.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
A rookie California Highway Patrol officer has been arrested on charges of exposing himself to women and children in the Canyon Country area while posing as a motorist in distress, CHP officials said Tuesday. Officer Adam L. Hieb, 26, was charged with 13 misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure and annoying children, some of whom he encountered walking to or from a high school, the CHP said. He was off duty at the time and drove his personal car.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1992 | JULIE TAMAKI
A Los Angeles police sergeant surrendered to sheriff's deputies Thursday on charges that he exposed himself to two girls at the swimming pool of his Agoura Hills condominium complex, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office filed four misdemeanor counts Tuesday against Randall William Lloyd, 45, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1985 | JAMES QUINN, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles city attorney's office announced Thursday that the chairman of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Edwin A. Jones, has been charged with indecent exposure and lewd conduct in an incident that allegedly occurred nine days ago at a Studio City motel. If convicted, Jones, 54, a former Thousand Oaks mayor, could receive up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine on each of the two misdemeanor charges.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1992 | TONY PERRY
Ways to get noticed. * When a woman in her 20s complained to rangers at Torrey Pines State Beach that she had been flashed by a bearded guy wearing a raincoat (and nothing else), rangers flew into action. They spotted a guy carrying what turned out to be a gym bag full of, well, plastic marital aids. A chase ensued as the suspect tried to escape by scaling the cliffs (which is against the law). The rangers finally got their man: a 29-year-old with a history of indecent exposure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 2010 | By Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times
A retired Huntington Park police chief charged with indecent exposure pleaded not guilty Monday in an Orange County courtroom. Anaheim police said Paul Lawrence Wadley, 56, had left sexually explicit photos in Anaheim parks and allegedly flashed a woman. He turned himself in Monday and was released on $15,000 bond in connection with the alleged misdemeanor. Detectives last week conducted a search of the former chief's home near Toyon Park, where many of the incidents occurred.
NATIONAL
August 19, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A former judge convicted of exposing himself while presiding over jury trials by using a penis pump under his robe was sentenced in Bristow to four years in prison. Donald Thompson, 59, had spent almost 23 years on the bench before retiring from the court in 2004. Thompson was convicted in June of four felony courts of indecent exposure for incidents that took place in his Creek County courtroom.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1998
Indecent exposure has never been legal in Redondo Beach, but city officials have proposed changing an ordinance that regulates activities in the harbor area so that beach-goers understand it will not be tolerated. The City Council is scheduled to discuss revising the ordinance Tuesday to specify that people can not expose themselves indecently on public beaches. The law, which was established in 1977, prohibits disrobing in a public place, but does not specifically prohibit indecent exposure.
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