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The accused of flashing himself to women appeared in court Wednesday.
Michael Hurd was advised of the charges against him, which include seven counts of indecent exposure.
He's allegedly done it at least seven times inside local stores, parks and parking lots.
Springs police say they pulled over 29-year-old Hurd for speeding. The officer says he noticed drug paraphernalia in the car. When more officers arrived to search the car, they thought the driver matched the description of the suspect who has been exposing himself.
Detectives say Michael Hurd exposed his penis and masturbated in front of women on a regular basis. They say he did it at least seven times, but suspect there are more unreported incidents that may have gone unreported.
Hurd will be back in court October 10th.
Police say if you or someone you know has been a victim, please call police at 719-444-7000. A picture of the suspect has not been released.