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Victim snaps picture of flasher in the act

Danny Lynn Morris Danny Lynn Morris
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A woman who called 911 on a man for exposing himself snapped a picture on her cell phone to prove it.

Suzan Favreau says her neighbor Danny Lynn Morris, 44, was determined to get revenge after she recently called animal control to report his five dogs running loose on Riley Adcock Road in Joelton.

"He told me he was going to get me. I didn't know what, where, when," Favreau said.

Animal control officers cited Morris, ordering his dogs stay on a leash or locked up.

After reporting her neighbor's dogs, the woman says the man had become increasingly upset. She claims one time he tried to run her off the road and in another incident he allegedly fired shots as she walked by.

The final straw, though, came this week when she says the man exposed himself from his front porch.

"He turned around and mooned me and dropped his pants and gave me the finger," Favreau said. "And I turned around and finally I took a picture of him, and he turned around and said, 'Hey, b----, do you want a picture of this, too?' And then he turned around and started fondling himself in front of me."

The woman took that photo to police, who arrested him on a charge of indecent exposure.

After arresting him, police went to his house to get him a pair of shoes so they could take him to jail. Inside, they found more than 12 guns - most loaded - along with marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Officers say Morris admitted growing pot inside his home, so he now faces felony drug charges as well.

The man is now free on bond, and Favreau said she fears for her safety, wondering what he may do next.

Morris is scheduled to face a judge next month.

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