October 23, 2015 - 2:11 PM
KAMLOOPS - A man who pulled his pants down in a Valleyview elementary school this morning, Oct. 23, triggered an RCMP response after staff members saw him in the hallway.
Const. Jason Epp, a spokesperson for the Kamloops RCMP, says the man walked up to Marion Schilling Elementary during a professional development day and a staff member caught him standing outside a window with his pants down.
The staff member called the principal who, in turn, phoned police. The man fled the school but was caught by RCMP.
“He was located a short distance away where he was arrested for this incident as well as an unrelated warrant from Kelowna,” Epp says in a media release.
The man is known to police and will remain in custody as the investigation continues, he says.
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-This story was corrected at 3:35 p.m., Oct. 23, 2015 after an RCMP spokesperson said the initial report that the man was inside the school was incorrect.
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