Coweta man charged with flashing women in Senoia



Adam Smith. Photo/Coweta County Sheriff’s Office.

A Coweta County man was arrested by Senoia police on April 4 after incidents in Senoia in mid-March where he exposed himself to two women in the downtown area.

Adam Smith, 31, was charged with indecent exposure, according to Senoia Det. Michelle Worden.

Worden said the incidents occurred in the downtown area on March 14. The first incident occurred when Smith through a store window flashed a woman getting a manicure at a business on Main Street.

Smith then crossed the street and exposed himself to a woman he was passing on the sidewalk, Worden said.

Smith during that incident had his hands in his pockets, with his pants in a position that he would be exposed when he lifted his sweatshirt, said Worden.

Worden said Smith was identified by the victims based on area video.

Smith was previously known to police due to his appearance in municipal court on March 14. At court for a traffic citation, Smith had to be awaken after he fell asleep in the courtroom, Worden explained.

It was after Smith left city court that he went the short distance to downtown and flashed the women, said Worden.