Woman claims man exposes himself in church disaster shelter

| May 14, 2010

Police arrested an Elkton man on Wednesday after he allegedly exposed himself to a woman and her children while staying in one of the flood shelters.

According to a CPD report, on Wednesday at a church serving as a flood shelter located in the 2000 block of Madison Street, a man, Kevin Purser, allegedly walked into the recreation room of the church where she and her children were with his shirt off.

The woman told police Purser then pulled his pants down and exposed his genitals to her and her two minor children, the report said.

The woman said she witnessed Purser as he was zipping his pants up. Purser told police he did pull his pants down, but did so because he thought he was in the rest room, the report said.

Kevin James Purser, 45, who gave an Elkton, Ky., address, was charged with indecent exposure and a petition to revoke a charge of DUI. His bond was set at $1,000.

A woman reported she noticed two men around a car at 3:14 a.m. at her Helton Drive residence.

According to a CPD report, the woman reported the men were in the process of removing the rims and tires off a car. The men fled when they noticed the woman had spotted them.

The woman followed the men in her car and were not able to locate them so she returned home.

When she pulled up she noticed the same two men, making a second attempt to remove the last two rims and tires off of the car.

This time the men ran away and left.

Jason Spencer Reddy, 26, who gave a 1640 Evans Road address, was charged with aggravated assault and contempt. His bond was set at $1,250.

The following people were booked into the Montgomery County Jail on the accompanying charges:

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Category: Church Security