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Ottawa resident Donald Popadick arrested for public flashing

By Nora Meszaros     May 1, 2014 in Odd News
Ottawa - Police arrested and charged a 62-year-old local resident following an exposure incident at a public park in Ottawa Tuesday.
The Ottawa Police Service arrested Donald Popadick on April 29, 2014 around 9 a.m. after receiving an alert that an adult male had exposed himself to another person near a pathway at Mooney’s Bay Park.
Popadick was arrested on scene at Riverside Drive, CTV News reports.
Later the same day, the Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit charged Popadick, 62, with indecent act and mischief.
Ottawa Police said it had received “several complaints of an adult male exposing himself” in the same park since April 14 of this year.
Ottawa Patrol Sergeant Iain Pidcock issued a formal press release to the public on April 29:
News Releases - Ottawa Police Service> Ottawa Police charge Ottawa man with Indecent Act and Mischief http://t.co/WkwWWZvLkj— Sgt. Iain Pidcock (@SgtIainPidcock) April 29, 2014
According to the Huffington Post, police describe the suspect as a white male, with balding white hair and wearing prescription glasses.
Anyone with additional information is asked to contact the Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Unit at 613-236-1333 ext. 5944 or phone CrimeStoppers.
Popadick was slated to appear in court yesterday, Global News reports. No further details are available at this time.
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