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Suspect wanted for exposing himself in Hephzibah arrested

Daniel Allen Fulmer (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office) Daniel Allen Fulmer (source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office)
HEPHZIBAH, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man who was wanted for exposing himself to a woman in the parking lot of a Hephzibah fast food restaurant.

According to the sheriff's office, on Feb. 23, thirty-one-year-old Daniel Allen Fulmer exposed himself to a woman in the parking lot of Hardee's on Windsor Spring Road. Fulmer was sitting in the driver's seat of a silver 1995 Isuzu Rodeo. Investigators say Fulmer is known to hang out in shopping centers in that vehicle.

Fulmer was arrested Mar. 7 without incident at the Richmond County Parole Office. He is being held at the Richmond County Detention Center. He's facing two charges: public indecency and parole violation.

CORRECTION: Originally, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office listed Daniel Fulmer as thirty-seven years old. Our original article reflected this. They have now clarified that he is thirty-one.

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