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Police: Manchester man exposed self to children in city park
MANCHESTER - A man previously convicted of lewd behavior was arrested Thursday after police said he exposed himself to two girls taking part in a soccer program at a city park.
A Manchester school teacher, who runs a youth soccer program in the afternoon at Sheridan-Emmett Park at 324 Beech St., flagged down an officer about 5:25 p.m. He reported two of his students, both 12-year-old girls, pointed to a man standing behind a nearby tree and said he exposed himself to them.
Officer Matthew Barter spoke briefly with the girls and another adult witness who police said saw the man acting strangely by the tree. As Barter interviewed the girl, the man, identified as Mark Boudrias, 45, of 467 Beech St., was stopped by other officers near Adventure Park.
He was arrested on a charge of indecent exposure.
The offense is a felony because, police said, he has four prior convictions, one dating back to 1993 in Berlin and three others in 2001, 2003 and 2007 in Manchester.
What's next:Boudrias refused bail and will be arraigned Friday in 9th Circuit Court, Manchester District.
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