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Alleged flasher arrested in South L.A. park

A Cudahy man has been arrested for allegedly exposing himself to a young woman doing community service work at Col. Leon Washington Park in the Florence district.

Pablo Posas Reyes, 19, was arrested by L.A. County sheriff’s parks bureau deputies Wednesday morning, according to a  department report.

Posas Reyes drove to the park and struck up a conversation with the 19-year-old woman, police said.

As she spoke with him, she noticed he was exposed and fondling himself.

She ended the conversation and called sheriff’s deputies, who arrested him.


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