The Parker Police department arrested a man twice in the last week for indecent exposure, among other charges, according to police officials. Shamari Scott, 20, was issued a summons June 6 after …
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The Parker Police department arrested a man twice in the last week for indecent exposure, among other charges, according to police officials.
Shamari Scott, 20, was issued a summons June 6 after police received a call for indecent exposure in the parking lot of Castle Care Assisted Living. The next morning, June 7, Scott was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, criminal tampering, criminal mischief, attempted burglary, theft, harassment and indecent exposure from a combination of incidences occurring in the Idyllwilde and Rowley Downs neighborhoods. His charges from the two days were combined.
Scott was taken to the Douglas County Jail and later released on a personal recognizance bond, allowing Scott to be released with the promise to return to court.
Two days later, June 9, Scott was arrested at the Parker Days Festival following another indecent exposure report at the intersection of Canterberry Parkway and Canterberry Lane. A description of the man pointed to Scott as the suspect. Scott was booked into the Douglas County Jail with additional charges of indecent exposure and violation of bail bond conditions.
As of the morning of June 14 Scott remained in jail with a $10,000 bond.
Parker police are asking residents to call the Parker Police Department, 303-841-9800, for any more information about the incidences.
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