Unknown man exposes genitals to local big box store employee

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Sept. 25

Aisle exposure

10:40 p.m. — 1500 block of West Granada Boulevard, Ormond Beach

Indecent exposure. A big box store manager called police after one of her employees got an eyeful while stocking shelves.

The employee had been working in the store's hair care and cosmetic aisle when an unknown man approached her, according to a police report. The man asked her a question about a shampoo, and when she turned around, the employee saw the man's genitals were exposed.

Scared, the employee ran to a different aisle. She didn't know where the man went after the incident.

The store manager found a man outside who may have been the suspect, but he refused to speak with her and left in a car, the police report states. 

Oct. 4

Drop-off lane road rage

7:56 a.m. — 2100 block of Airport Road, Ormond Beach

Disturbance. Police responded to a local elementary school after its principal reported a verbal altercation with a parent in the drop-off lane.

The principal told police that the parent, a 33-year-old woman from Palm Coast, was driving carelessly in the drop-off lane, according to an incident report. When he went to stop her by stepping into the traffic lane, he said, the woman braked "just before hitting him." He told police he smacked his palm on her passenger window to get her attention, and that the two had a verbal argument before she left.

The principal wished to have her trespassed from school property, but because the woman was not present when police arrived, that was not possible, the officer told him. 

Police later spoke with the woman over the phone, and she said she wished to sit down with the principal to resolve the matter because being trespassed would make it difficult to take her child to school. 


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