No Offense: Charges Dropped Against Accused Kingwood Flasher
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The sucky thing about being a registered sex offender is that, anytime some dude whips out his weiner in your neighborhood, the police are eventually going to look in your direction. Such is the case with Kingwood resident/creepy guy Jose Gregory Moore, who had been charged with indecency with a child in June, despite the fact that he had the time-tested, legally airtight "I Was in Lexington, Kentucky At the Time Alibi," wherein the defendant claims that he or she was in Lexington when the crime occurred. (As one might expect, this strategy doesn't work so well in Lexington). The charge was dropped earlier this month.
Moore's attorney, Colin Amann, told the Atascocita Observer this week that Harris County prosecutors continued to pursue charges against Moore even after they were provided with "airplane tickets, baggage claim tickets [and] boarding passes," indicating Moore wasn't in town when two teenage girls said a man exposed himself to them while they were riding their bikes.
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