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Man accused of exposing himself to teens in Weeki Wachee

WEEKI WACHEE — A Homosassa man who authorities say exposed himself to two teenagers in a neighborhood north of Weeki Wachee on Sunday evening has been charged with lewd and lascivious acts on a minor.

Daniel P. McKeown, 25, was standing in the road near the 11000 block of Mirage Avenue when he unzipped his jeans, exposed his genitals to the two teenagers and made the same vulgar comment several times, according to an arrest report from the Hernando County Sheriff's Office. Several adults witnessed McKeown's actions, the report said.

McKeown fled from deputies and ran into a vacant home before he was caught, so he was also charged with trespassing. McKeown told deputies he'd drank five beers and did not remember exposing himself, according to the report.

McKeown, of 4385 S Marcan Trail, remained in the Hernando County Jail on a bond of $15,500.

Man accused of exposing himself to teens in Weeki Wachee 03/22/10 [Last modified: Monday, March 22, 2010 12:55pm]
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