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Dartmouth Police arrest second suspect in a week that allegedly exposed themself to women



DARTMOUTH, MA – According to Dartmouth Police, on Tuesday, at approximately 10:45 a.m., detectives assigned to the Dartmouth Police Department Community Impact Unit arrested Noah Garris, 25, of Carroll Street, New Bedford, on a warrant associated with two incidents that occurred on Monday, February 14, 2022, during which time he allegedly exposed his genitals to two different women in two different retail parking lots in Dartmouth.

Garris was successfully identified as the suspect after patrol officers gathered statements and vehicle information, and reviewed video footage.

After an arrest warrant was secured for Garris, he was taken into custody without incident outside of his home.

Just a few days ago, a man was arrested at the Dartmouth Mall after allegedly exposing himself.

According the Chief Brian P. Levesque, “I applaud my patrol officers, detectives, and dispatchers for the quick identification and arrest of this sick individual. There is absolutely no place for this brazen and predatory behavior in our town, and I assure the citizens that I, along with every member of this department, will use every available resource to swiftly take individuals, such as Garris, out of circulation.”

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