Norwalk Police have arrested a man who is accused of exposing himself during separate incidents in Norwalk and Fairfield.
Officers in Norwalk received a complaint that a man had driven up to the victim walking a dog on Winfield Street on September 26, 2018.
Police said the man exposed himself to the victim while he sexually pleasured himself. The man then drove away, but circled back by the victim two more times while he continued to sexually pleasure himself before leaving the area.
According to police, there was limited information at the time and a suspect was not identified.
Detectives later learned that the Fairfield Police Department had a similar incident in October of 2018. The victim in the Fairfield incident was able to provide a marker plate that matched the vehicle description given in the Norwalk incident, police said.
Investigators determined 29-year-old David Sharpe, of Fairfield, was a suspect in both the Fairfield and Norwalk incidents.
Sharpe was arrested by the Fairfield Police Department in December of 2018.
Detectives in Norwalk obtained a warrant for Sharpe's arrest and he turned himself in to Norwalk Police on Friday.
Sharpe is facing charges including public indecency and breach of peace. His bond is $50,000 and he is scheduled to be in court on January 25.