Naperville man accused of exposing himself to joggers

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Michael F. Mastrolonardo | Naperville police

A man wanted on suspicion of exposing himself to two women at a west suburban Naperville park in May was arrested Friday.

Michael F. Mastrolonardo, 22, is accused of exposing and grabbing his genitals while yelling at two women on May 31, according to a Naperville police statement.

The women had been jogging in Pioneer Park at 1212 S. Washington St., at the time, police said.

He is also suspected in at least one other incident for making lewd comments to a different woman in the same area of the park, police said.

Mastrolonardo, of the 1200 block of Barbara Court, was arrested Friday morning on a warrant for public indecency, police said.

Authorities are asking anyone with information about similar incidents to contact police at (630) 420-4137.

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