Atmore man jailed for indecent exposure, burglaryPublished 5:27pm Thursday, June 13, 2013
An Atmore man who told a Florida sheriff’s deputy he exposed himself to two women because he was drunk and thought his actions would get him a ride home from law enforcement found himself being driven to jail instead on Saturday.
Corey Nicolas Smith, 22, of 664 21st. Ave., was taken into custody in Pensacola and charged with misdemeanor indecent exposure and two counts of felony burglary of an occupied dwelling in the second degree after Deputy John Beard witnessed him attempting to enter a residence in Pensacola just after 3 a.m.
According to the arrest report, a female victim reported Smith to have attempted to enter her home through a rear sliding glass door, at which time she and another woman exited the residence and got into a vehicle. Smith followed the women, according to the report, and attempted to enter the vehicle. When the women refused to allow him access, the report reads, Smith pulled down his pants, exposing himself, and continued to ask for entry into the car, while attempting to open the doors.
Smith was transported to the Escambia County (Fla.) Jail, where he was booked and given a circuit court date of June 28, 2013. He was later released on $5,500 bond.