Maple Ridge man arrested for indecent act

Charged with committing an indecent act is Thomas John Lloyd, 62.

  • Jun. 29, 2015 1:00 p.m.

Ridge Meadows RCMP say a man charged by Abbotsford police with committing an indecent act in Mill Lake Park in that city last week, lives in Maple Ridge.

Abbotsford police took a call at about 7 p.m. from someone who saw a man in an older brown Chrysler sedan with his shorts down and appearing to be observing children nearby.

Police arrived and arrested the man. Charged with committing an indecent act is Thomas John Lloyd, 62.

While Abbotsford police says he had no fixed address, Ridge Meadows RCMP say he lives in this area.

“Both Ridge Meadows RCMP and Ridge Meadows Parks and Leisure Services are keenly aware of this person and the charges in Abbotsford,” RCMP said on Facebook.

RCMP say they are aware of his release conditions and the fact he is not allowed to attend any park, swimming pool, or recreation centre. “If the man is found in, or near any of our parks or pools, he will be arrested and brought back before the courts.”

 

 

 

 

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