Alleged Train Flasher a No-Show in Court

A bench warrant was issued for the man wanted for a series of indecent exposures at a Philly train station.

By Kelly Bayliss
|  Tuesday, Sep 11, 2012  |  Updated 3:26 PM EDT
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Alleged Train Flasher a No-Show in Court

Philadelphia Police

Police say Barrick, who was arrested in August, failed to show up for court on Monday.

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A Philadelphia judge has issued a bench warrant for the man charged with flashing women at a train station after he failed to show up for court Monday.

Police say that Steven Barrick, 45, was due in court on Monday, but because he never showed, a bench warrant has been issued and his bail has been revoked.

In August, Barrick was arrested for allegedly touching himself in front of five women
and flashing at the Queen Lane Regional Rail Train Station.

Since the incident, SEPTA has added extra patrols.
 

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