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Repeat Offender Arrested For Exposing Himself At A Hanford Park

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HANFORD, Calif. (KMPH) -

A Hanford man was arrested this week after police say he exposed himself at a public park.

Police arrested Senie Del Real Monday afternoon at Johnson Park after three girls told police that he had rubbed his groin before exposing himself. 

The three girls told police that they had seen Del Real at the park in the past.

Del Rio was released in June for a similar offense. He was out of custody on a citation release from jail at the time of his most recent arrest, the Hanford Police Department said.

The police department says that it plans to seek an injunction against Del Real that would ban him from all city parks and playgrounds.

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