A Maricopa man is facing multiple charges of disorderly conduct and indecent exposure after he reportedly stripped his clothes and ran through a neighbor’s backyard in Senita last week.
The incident began April 18 when officers responded to a domestic dispute on North Tonya Street at 9:40 a.m.
Family members told police Undray Crew, 40, had been violent toward his brother and mother. Crew was also accused of attempting to throw a metal bench into the family home’s sliding glass door and shattering a side window with his fist.
A Maricopa Police Department report stated Crew disrobed and left the residence when he got word law enforcement was on its way.
Crew then allegedly jumped a neighbor’s fence and ran through the backyard.
MPD received “multiple” calls about a man running nude, including one neighbor who reported to be “alarmed by the sight of (Crew’s) nakedness.”
Police forwarded 10 charges against Crew, including two counts of domestic violence assault, domestic violence criminal damage, six counts of disorderly conduct and one count of indecent exposure.