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PD: Gilbert school janitor arrested for indecent exposure

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Jose Valentin Garcia Jose Valentin Garcia
GILBERT, AZ (CBS5) -

Police have arrested a Gilbert high school janitor accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl.

According to the police report, the victim said Jose Valentin Garcia masturbated in front of her.

The report also stated that Garcia, 55, showed her photographs of his penis and images of other adults without their clothes on.

Garcia was arrested Tuesday in Gilbert.

Police said Garcia was later interviewed at Phoenix police headquarters where he admitted to taking photos of his penis and exposing himself to the girl.

He was booked in Maricopa County Jail for two counts of sexual conduct with a minor, one count of indecent exposure and one count of furnishing harmful material to a minor.

The Higley Unified School District said Garcia is a night janitor at Williams Field High School. District officials said they plan to fire him.

Police do not believe any students or staff were victims. None of the alleged incidents happened on school grounds.

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