Serial Flasher Strikes Upstate City - WSPA.com

Serial Flasher Strikes Upstate City

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -

Spartanburg Public Safety says a serial flasher is striking businesses around town, and they need the public's help finding the man.

Investigators believe Jerry Lewis Davis, 54, is responsible for three indecent exposures during the month of June. Two happened at the New Method Laundry and Cleaners on East Cleveland Street, and the third happened at the Hot Spot on East Henry Street.

SPS has signed one warrant for indecent exposure in connection to the Hot Spot flashing.

According to his criminal history, Davis has been previously convicted on at least 11 counts of indecent exposure since 2001.

Investigators say he was released from prison in April, but he failed to register as a sex offender with the sheriff's office, so he's also wanted for failing to register.

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