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Gilbert police arrest jogger who exposed himself

(Source: Gilbert Police Department) Police allege Derrius Kelly, 19, exposed himself to a woman Dec. 27. (Source: Gilbert Police Department) Police allege Derrius Kelly, 19, exposed himself to a woman Dec. 27.
Derrius Kelly (Source: Gilbert Police Department) Derrius Kelly (Source: Gilbert Police Department)
GILBERT, AZ (CBS5) -

Gilbert police said an anonymous tip led to the arrest Monday of a man suspected of exposing himself to a woman while she was jogging Dec. 27.

Police allege Derrius Kelly, 19, approached the woman about 1:20 p.m. in the area of Higley and Frye roads and was last seen riding a red mountain bike.

On Jan. 10, an anonymous person told police they saw the man who was on the news for indecent exposure. The caller said the man matched the description and was walking near Power and Germann roads in Gilbert.

The shoes, shorts and sweatshirt he allegedly was wearing during the incident were recovered.

Kelly was charged with misdemeanor indecent exposure.

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