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May 3, 2006

Thomasville- An indecent act inside a car at a Thomasville park prompts concern from police and the community. Thirty eight year old John Spear of Pavo is facing one count of reckless conduct for what police say he did at Remington Park. A concerned citizen called the police after pulling into the parking space next to Spear. They witnessed Spear touching himself.

"Yes he was out here, yes we did catch him with his hands inside his pants on his private parts, no private parts were exposed to the public at all. We took it to the fullest extent of the law allows, and it is concerning," said Sgt. Rachelle Denmark, Thomasville Police.

There were children playing on the soccer fields nearby but none of the children witnesses Spear's actions. His bond prohibits Spear from reentering Remington Park.

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