Man accused of flashing Port Richey girls arrested

- A man suspected of flashing at least two girls in Pasco County has been found.

Pasco County deputies announced an early Friday morning arrest for Michael Irwin, 25, of Port Richey, who they say exposed himself to two young girls in Port Richey -- one being as young as 12 years old -- within the past two days.

The agency said preliminary information shows on Thursday morning, the girl was walking to her bus stop when a gold four-door vehicle pulled up next to hear. The 12-year-old girl said she saw the man’s genitals. The driver was described as a white male in his 20s with a short, dark curly hair. The driver drove away as she ran away, but the mother of the child captured the vehicle on her home surveillance system. The incident occurred near San Miguel and San Carlos drives. Irwin was identified as the suspect.

No immediate information has been provided on the second victim.

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