Canada Alberta man charged with indecent act while driving

23:51  04 june  2018
23:51  04 june  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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A Carstairs, Alta. man has been charged with two counts of committing an indecent act , after allegedly exposing himself while driving on Calgary According to a Calgary police statement posted by the Alberta Solicitor General and Public Security in May 2012, Franklin Noskey—then 49 years

© Calgary Police Service Composite sketch released by CPS for indecent act while driving . Man beaten into coma in Alberta prison sent home to Nova Scotia The three men — aged 18, 25 and 33 — have each been charged with aggravated assault in the alleged March 11 attack on Dylan Gogan.

Composite sketch released by CPS for indecent act while driving © Calgary Police Service Composite sketch released by CPS for indecent act while driving

A Carstairs, Alta. man has been charged with two counts of committing an indecent act, after allegedly exposing himself while driving on Calgary roads.

At around 6:30 a.m. on May 12, police say a minivan was travelling on Stoney Trail approaching the Peigan Trail turnoff, when the driver allegedly pulled up alongside a car and exposed his genitals to the people inside.

The car slowed down to try to obtain a licence plate number, but the van quickly swerved onto Peigan Trail and disappeared from sight.

Last week, a composite sketch released by the Calgary Police Service (CPS) resulted in another woman coming forward with a similar incident on May 22.

That victim did not report the indecent act, but did capture the licence plate which led to the arrest of Frank James Noskey, 55.

The CPS thanked the public for their assistance in the case.

Man beaten into coma in Alberta prison sent home to Nova Scotia .
Man beaten into coma in Alberta prison sent home to Nova Scotia The three men — aged 18, 25 and 33 — have each been charged with aggravated assault in the alleged March 11 attack on Dylan Gogan. RCMP said the three were charged on March 13, but that information was not publicly released until June 12 in a press release, after various news outlets started reporting on the charges.

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