RCMP reports: Prince George man exposes himself in Ferland Park

concerned residents called the Vanderhoof RCMP detachment to report an unwelcomed presence in Ferland Park on July 14

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

According to Sgt. Jason Keays, concerned residents called the Vanderhoof RCMP detachment to report an unwelcomed presence in Ferland Park on July 14.

A Prince George male found himself exposing his private parts in the park, which was populated with children and parents.

Keays reported that alcohol may have been a factor, however, RCMP officers where quick to remove the man from the park within mere moments from the call being placed by an unknown resident.

The suspect was arrested and detained and will require to attend a bail hearing in the coming days.

The Justice of Peace has placed conditions on the male not to attend any parks, playgrounds, schools or any other place where persons under the age of 16 are known to be, according to Sgt. Keays.

Sgt. Keays and the Vanderhoof detachment would like to thank the concerned resident who alerted the detachment.

 

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