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Police arrest man who exposed himself to children at West Ashley Wal-Mart

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The subject was described as wearing a dark red in color shirt and was possibly in his 30's. The subject was described as wearing a dark red in color shirt and was possibly in his 30's.
Police say the subject fled the area in the white pickup truck. Police say the subject fled the area in the white pickup truck.
CHARLESTON, SC - Charleston police have arrested a man accused of exposing himself to children at a West Ashley Wal-Mart.

According to police Shon Hilton was arrested Thursday June 12.  He is charged with two counts of third degree assault and battery.
 
On June 9 between  7 p.m. and 7:40 p.m. police say the suspect followed two juvenile females inside the West Ashley Wal-Mart store.  After following them as they wandered various aisles, he eventually walked back and forth by one of the toy aisles, where he observed the two young girls. The subject then walked down that aisle, where he first exposed himself to the female children.

The subject then left the store from the garden area entrance/exit.






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