CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police said the man known by some as the "Dilworth Flasher" was back at it, this time in the new Greenway Park that runs along Little Sugar Creek in Charlotte.
Officers arrested Michael Wayne Adams, 36, on Monday after getting several reports of a man exposing himself in the park.
"We had two females who'd reported exposure incidents within just a couple of days," said Lt. Rich Austin with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's Providence Division.
Austin assigned bicycle officers to patrol the park and Monday they saw a man fitting the description of the flasher and it turned out to be Adams.
"We arranged for a detective to interview Mr. Adams and he was subsequently arrested for indecent exposure," Austin said.
Court records show that Adams should not have been in the park at all. He had been sentenced to 60 days in jail after two convictions in May, and banned from parks and schools.
Adams was released on bond after his latest arrest and Eyewitness News could not reach him for comment.
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