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Suspect sentenced in indecent exposure case

CASPER, Wyo. - A local man accused of indecent exposure in both 2020 and 2021 has received a sentence in the misdemeanor 2021 charge.

According to Natrona County Circuit Court Documents filed on August 31, a suspect who was accused of Indecent Exposure stemming from a March 2021 incident has been given a two-year sentence for the charge. The suspect also admitted to charges that he had revoked probation that he had been serving on a similar Indecent Exposure charge from 2020. The probation revocation carried a sentence of six months in prison.

Incarceration for both charges had all incarceration time, except for 30 days time served, suspended upon successful completion of supervised probation. A condition of the suspect's probation was to register with the Sex Offender Registry and wear an ankle monitor.

Both sentences are set to run consecutive to each other.

Natrona County Circuit Court staff say that the case is curr

ently in appeal.

The suspect was accused of exposing himself and manipulating his genitals in a sexual manner on March 29, 2021 near Dean Morgan Middle School.

Police say they were able to obtain a description of the suspect and arrested 25-year-old Brenden N. Day in the case. In an affidavit of probable cause, police cited similar cases of "serial masturbation" that had occurred in the area, all of which also featured Day as a suspect.

Day had previously faced four charges of Public Indecency and one charge of misdemeanor Stalking in an incident from June 31, 2020. On January 15, 2021, Day was found guilty on all of those charges and was sentenced to two years' imprisonment, with all but time served being suspended, pending successful completion of three years' supervised probation.

Further, the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry Database, maintained by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, lists Day as a convicted sexual offender for a charge of Sexual Abuse of a Minor in the 3rd Degree, dating back to 2016.

All of those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filings from the Natrona County District Attorney's Office.