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Man convicted of exposing himself to Santa Ana school girls

March 11, 2013 |  7:11 pm

Alfredo Landaverde booking photoA Costa Mesa man was convicted and sentenced Monday for repeatedly exposing himself to teenage girls near two high schools.

Alfredo Landaverde, 48, pleaded guilty to seven misdemeanor counts that involved indecent exposure and child annoyance, the Orange County district attorney's office said.

Landaverde was sentenced to a year in jail, five years formal probation and lifetime sex-offender registration, authorities said. The crimes took place last year between Oct. 3 and Dec. 6. in Santa Ana near Valley High School and Hector G. Godinez High School, according to authorities.

The victims reported the incidents to school officials, who alerted police.

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Photo: Alfredo Landaverde. Credit: Orange County district attorney's office

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