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SPD: Prolific Criminal And Sex Offender Arrested for Felony Indecent Exposure

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: On 03-03-14 around 7:30 pm, Spokane Police responded to a report of Lewd Conduct at the STA Plaza, 701 W. Riverside. STA Security had detained a male, later identified as 31-year-old Billy Ogan. Through investigation, officers learned Ogan approached at 16-year-old female in the smoking area, asked her if he wanted to see his genitals and then exposed himself. Ogan has prior convictions for Attempted Voyeurism, which makes the act a felony. He was booked into jail for Felony Indecent Exposure (prior convictions).

Ogan is a prolific offender and has amassed 22 Felony convictions: Taking Motor Vehicle Without Permission (3), Possession of Controlled Substance (3), Attempt to Elude (2), Custodial Assault, Riot with a Deadly Weapon (2), 2nd Degree Theft (2) ,2nd Degree Possession of Stolen Property (3), 2nd Degree Robbery and 3rd Degree Assault. He has 12 Gross Misdemeanors convictions: Attempted Voyeurism, 4th Degree Assault, 1st Degree Criminal Trespass (2), 3rd Degree Theft (4), MIP, Obstructing and 3rd Degree Possession of Stolen Property.

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