Man nabbed in Lowell library for indecent exposure

He is being held without bail

Courtesy: MGNonline

LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — A homeless man is spending the Columbus Day weekend in police custody in Lowell on allegations that he exposed himself to a library worker while they were riding in an elevator.

Police say the woman called police to report the incident immediately after she left the elevator on Friday.

Police identified the suspect as 33-year-old Michael Jenkins. He was arrested inside the Pollard Memorial Library and charged with open and gross lewdness on Friday.

Jenkins is being held without bail until his arraignment Tuesday morning in Lowell District Court. He could not be reached for comment and it was not immediately clear if he has legal representation.

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