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Tulsa Man Arrested for Exposing Self Outside Broken Arrow Police Dept

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Kenneth Crocker Kenneth Crocker

A Tulsa man was taken into custody over the weekend for reportedly exposing himself near the Broken Arrow Police Department.

Officers arrested Kenneth Crocker for reported indecent exposure Sunday evening. He is being held on $5,000 bond for the incident.

A spokesperson for the BAPD told KTUL that a resident had been driving around the area when he discovered Crocker nude from the waist down. Crocker was reportedly touching himself and that's when the resident notified police.

Officers arrived on scene and found Crocker wearing only a black t-shirt. At the time of the incident he was reportedly located just outside the back of the new BAPD headquarters.

He was booked into the Tulsa County Jail early Monday morning.


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