Police arrested a 40-year-old man at his Orinda home Thursday after a string of incidents dating back to August in which he allegedly exposed himself to people in three East Bay cities, including Danville, a police detective said.
Todd Hager was arrested at his Orinda home Thursday after an incident Wednesday in which he reportedly had his pants pulled down while in his vehicle and rolled down his window when a woman and some children walked by near an elementary school, according to Orinda police Detective Nate McCormack.
Hager matched the description of a suspect who had allegedly committed similar acts several times in Orinda, Moraga and Danville as far back as August, McCormack said.
The Danville incidents happened Sept. 16 and Oct. 30 near Los Cerros Middle School when a man jogging on the trail pulled up his shorts to expose himself to students as he ran past.
There had been at least three incidents in Orinda, as well as others in Moraga and Danville. Most of the incidents also took place near schools, McCormack said.
Hager was arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure and was booked into county jail with bail set at $10,000, according to McCormack.