Updated: Monday, 05 Apr 2010, 10:01 PM CDT
Published : Wednesday, 17 Feb 2010, 6:24 PM CST
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE: 4/5/2010 - Dana Stegall has been found guilty of two counts of indecent exposure. He has been sentenced to serve two consecutive one year terms in Baldwin County Jail. He must also pay a $2,000 dollar fine.
Stegall’s attorney, Parker Sweet, said that they will appeal the conviction.
UPDATE: 2/18/2010 - Dana Stegall appeared in court Thursday morning on indecent exposure charges. Stegall was given $50,000 bond on each of two counts.
Other aspects of his bond include no unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 18. Stegall will also be required to wear an electronic monitoring device while he is under house arrest.
2/17/2010 - A Silverhill man is accused of flashing two teenage girls. Authorities say Dana Stegall has been accused of flashing people in the past. State records show Stegall has been charged with indecent exposure at least 30 times since the early 90's.
Over and over, Stegall has been accused of flashing people, but his latest arrest has hit a nerve with Robertsdale Police.
Detectives say on Friday, Stegall flashed his private parts to teenage girls in a parking lot while sitting in his car.
The crime is something Margarette Boutwell doesn't what her kids to go through.
"I have a teenager, both are teenagers. I would be very concerned," said Boutwell.
Tuesday night, Stegall turned himself in. But this is not the first time he has seen a jail cell.
Earlier this year, police say he committed the same crime in Loxley.
State records show Stegall has been charged with indecent exposure at least 30 times since the early 90s, and now police say his latest victims are children.
"It brings a much more serious aspect to this. Unfortunately, it is still a misdemeanor charge by state law. And we can only charge what the law is written in this case," said Robertsdale Police Sgt. Rex Bishop.
Boutwell said she is concerned by the entire case.
"In today's society, we need to teach our kids between right and wrong. I think adults need to do it too," said Boutwell.
Stegall will appear before a judge Thursday morning at 9 a.m. At that time, a judge will decide whether or not he gets bond.
Police said they are working with the district attorney's office to get the highest bond allowed for misdemeanor crimes. Since he has only been charged with two misdemeanors, the highest is $12,000.
However, the judge has the final say on what it will be.