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Lancaster man tied to indecent-exposure case in Burbank

Ben Godar

Through some diligent police work, a Burbank detective was able to

connect a man arrested in the Antelope Valley with at least one

indecent- exposure case in Burbank.

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While checking area crime reports, Det. Ron Miller read that a man

arrested by the Antelope Valley Sheriff’s Department on suspicion of

exposing himself to two girls also allegedly admitted to two similar

incidents in Burbank. The Burbank victims had declined to file

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reports at the time of the incidents, but Miller went through 911

calls and located victims from one of the incidents.

The victims were shown a photo lineup and identified the man,

30-year-old Trey Rex Reynolds of Lancaster, as the one who had

exposed himself to them, police said. If convicted, Reynolds will

have to register as a sex offender, and any future incidents will be

treated as felonies.

While Miller dismissed it as “just another case,” Lt. Kevin Craft

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said the lengths he went to were exceptional.

“What Miller did is what we refer to as good, old-fashioned police

work,” he said. “It’s a case of a detective doing an outstanding

job.”

While police were able to connect Reynolds to one

indecent-exposure case, they believe he might have committed more.

Anyone with information about other incidents is asked to call

detectives at 238-3245.

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