Rogers High School teacher cited for indecent exposure - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Rogers High School teacher cited for indecent exposure

POST FALLS, Idaho. - A Rogers High School teacher has been cited for indecent exposure after police say he exposed himself to a woman outside of the Super One Foods grocery store in Post Falls.

On Saturday, February 7th, 2009 around 11 p.m. a woman called the Post Falls Police Department to report an incident of indecent exposure. She told dispatch that a man in his thirties had just exposed himself to her as she sat in her parked car in the parking lot of the Super One Foods grocery store in the 800 block of E. Polston Ave.

The woman said after the man exposed himself he drove away in a blue Dodge Dakota. The woman got the license plate number of the car, which she then gave to responding officers.

Investigators identified the suspect as Daniel James Rhoades, 31, from the license plate number provided. During interviews with Rhoades, he admitted to having intentionally exposed himself toward the woman who had made the initial report. While standing near the entrance of the store, approx. fifteen feet from the woman, Rhoades proceeded to unzip his pants and expose himself.

Rhoades admitted that this was not the first incident where he had exposed himself in public. However, Rhoades claimed it was the first time that someone had actually seen him do this. Rhoades was later cited and released for a misdemeanor charge of indecent exposure.

It was also discovered through investigation that Mr. Rhoades is presently a teacher at Rogers High School in North Spokane. He has been placed on administrative leave.

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