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Man charged with felony after exposing himself

Police: Christopher Gardner exposed himself to children

Christopher Gardner, 20, was charged with Indecency-Child Exposure, a third-degree felony, after police said he exposed himself to several people, including children, at the Tower of the Americas.
Christopher Gardner, 20, was charged with Indecency-Child Exposure, a third-degree felony, after police said he exposed himself to several people, including children, at the Tower of the Americas.

SAN ANTONIO – A 20-year-old man was arrested Sunday after police said he exposed himself to several people, including children.

Witnesses said Christopher Gardner flashed passersby near the Tower of the Americas around 4 p.m.

After a brief search, police found Gardner on the upper level of the parking lot near the tower, jumping on top of cars.

He was surrounded and taken into custody.

Gardner was charged with Indecency-Child Exposure, a third-degree felony.

He was also charged with resisting arrest.

Police said Garnder was uncooperative with investigators and would not give his name or age.

He was released from jail Monday morning.

If convicted, Gardner faces up to 10 years in prison.

His mugshot was not available Monday afternoon.

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