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Police say Iowa City man exposed himself to kids

David Lawrence Dannemann David Lawrence Dannemann
IOWA CITY (KWWL) -

An Iowa City man is charged with indecent exposure after police say he exposed himself to kids.

According to a criminal complaint, 26-year-old David Lawrence Dannemann, was at a home on Ronalds Street in Iowa City on an unknown date in April and exposed his genitals to several kids between the ages of 5 and 10.

Police say Dannemann should have known that his actions were offensive to the people.

The kids involved told police that Dannemann visited frequently to see their mom and that several other incidents of this nature have happened in the past.

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