Kathleen man accused of exposing himself

A Kathleen man is accused of exposing himself to two U.S. Postal Service workers and a Houston County sheriff’s deputy who arrested him.

Adam James Sapp, 25, was charged with indecent exposure in the Saturday incident outside his home at 268 Spring Chase Circle, according to a Houston County sheriff’s incident report.

Sapp is accused of exposing himself to a postal worker who was delivering his mail in August, the report said. The postal worker reported the incident to her supervisor.

Then Saturday, Sapp was accused of exposing himself again to the same postal worker, who then called her supervisor.

The supervisor then drove by the house, and Sapp allegedly exposed himself to her.

The supervisor flagged down a sheriff’s deputy, who asked if he could ride past the home inside her vehicle with her, and Sapp allegedly exposed himself again, according to the report.

The deputy got out of the vehicle and arrested Sapp, the report stated.