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A 27-year-old man who San Antonio police said exposed himself at least six times to six women at various places across the city has now been arrested.On Monday, SAPD shared Terrence Palumbo's photo on its Facebook page, asking for the community's help in finding him. He was arrested three days later by police. ORIGINAL STORY: Man sought in indecent exposure spree According to an arrest affidavit, Palumbo first exposed himself to a woman March 25 at a Target store on Bitters Road near Highway 281.Police said Palumbo exposed himself five other times -- on May 16 and May 28, and then July 7, 17 and 21. ((SCROLL BELOW FOR THE TIMELINE)) SAPD officials said Palumbo was arrested overnight by Department of Public Safety troopers at his home in the 9700 block of Vale, which is on the city's Far West Side near Marbach Road.At the location, DPS troopers said they discovered a large quantity of marijuana plants inside Palumbo's home. **UPDATE** Overnight, Terrence Palumbo was arrested on three warrants of Indecent Exposure. DPS Troopers located Palumbo at a home on the 9700 blk. of Vale. Inside the home they discovered a large quantity of marijuana plants. He'll be booked for warrants & drug related charges. pic.twitter.com/DI3utmmRGk-- San Antonio PD (@SATXPolice) August 17, 2018 Palumbo is being charged with three counts of indecent exposure, along with possession of marijuana. His bail has been set at $7,000.KSAT.com has contacted the SAPD to find out if additional indecent exposure charges will be filed against Palumbo. ✌🏾☝🏾👌🏾 NEWS: @SATXPolice has arrested the man accused of performing lewd acts 6 different times in front of 6 different women across #SanAntonio. SAPD said it began in March w/ most recently just last month. https://t.co/9vJTopdcvD STORY➡️https://t.co/kDJ1KpL9wg #KSATnews pic.twitter.com/9Sjs9A08rK-- Adrian Garcia (@KSATadrian) August 17, 2018 Below is the timeline of the indecent exposure incidents Palumbo is accused of. ((WARNING: Some of the descriptions are extremely graphic)) March 25: According to a police report, a woman was sitting inside her vehicle in the Target parking lot when Palumbo pulled up next to her, backed up his seat and began to masturbate while watching her.The woman said that's when she confronted Palumbo and began recording him on her phone. In the video, Palumbo is seen masturbating while thrusting his hips up above the window, the police report said. The police report stated the video also captured Palumbo's license plate.May 16: According to a police report, a woman told police that when she pulled into a shopping center in the 177000 block of U.S. Highway 281 North to use her phone, Palumbo pulled up next to her parked vehicle. When she looked over, the woman told police that Palumbo exposed himself to her and began masturbating inside his vehicle.The report said the woman immediately called the police and told the responding SAPD officer that she was worried about the children who could potentially see Palumbo's sexual exposure.May 28: According to a police report, a woman told police she saw Palumbo masturbating in his vehicle while parked on the produce side of an H-E-B grocery store, located in the 15000 block of U.S. Highway 281 near San Pedro Avenue.The police report said the victim and Palumbo were no longer at the location, but that the SAPD officer discovered several similar calls for the same type of behavior. The officer then contacted the Police Department's Special Victims Unit.July 7: According to a police report, Palumbo drove to a Shell gas station near the intersection of Marbach Road and South Ellison Drive. A woman told police she was pumping gas when she heard moaning coming from a vehicle and saw Palumbo masturbating while looking at her.When she asked what he was doing, Palumbo apologized and drove away, the police report stated. The woman was able to get Palumbo's license, police said.July 17: A woman who was driving on a highway told police that she saw a man keeping pace with her and when she looked over at him, Palumbo was masturbating while looking at her, according to a police report. The woman told police when they made eye contact, Palumbo put his tongue between his fingers and flicked his tongue at her.According to the police report, the woman said Palumbo continued to masturbate in his car while preventing her from exiting the highway. The woman said she was finally able to exit at Old Pearsall Road and managed to get Palumbo's license plate number.July 21: According to a police report, a woman told police that Palumbo pulled up to a business' drive-thru window in the 2200 block of Thousand Oaks and ordered a coffee. After paying and receiving his coffee, the woman said Palumbo stayed in the drive-thru and began to masturbate in front of her.When she slammed the drive-thru window and walked away, Palumbo drove off, the police report said. Police said they were qualified to obtain surveillance footage, which shows the incident involving Palumbo, the police report stated.
Victoria Saucedo has style - more unique than trendy. Call it thrift store chic.Instead of hitting the mall, the high school freshman is rummaging the racks at Goodwill. After all, Aug. 17 is National Thrift Shop Day."I like that's there's only one of something," she said. "It's not like your average store with this size and this many."In fact, most of the ensemble she was wearing was curated from thrift shops."It's maximum $10," she said.Saucedo said she even found her lavender Speck phone case for less than a dollar.Thrift stores are more than the stuff of rap songs. And a decade after the Great Recession, second-hand shopping is still going strong."No. 1, you can save some dollars in your wallet. Two, you never know what you're going to find," said Penny Benevidez, with Goodwill San Antonio.No matter the motive, Benevidez said there is a key to thrift shopping."Come in with an open mind," she said. "Have some time to sort through the racks."There are other upsides to buying "used." It keeps still-useful items out of landfills. And in the the case of nonprofits such as Goodwill, it benefits the community by putting people to work.For families doing their back-to-school shopping, it's a way to save hundreds of dollars.For example, a child's wardrobe of two pairs of jeans, shorts, a skirt, two jackets, four tops, a backpack and lunchbox totaled less than $25 at Goodwill.As for Saucedo, thrift shopping is as much about a message as it is money."Wear what you want to wear, because in a couple of years, it's not going to matter what people say or think about you," she said.
Backlash is coming from small businesses after San Antonio approved a mandatory paid sick time ordinance.The City Council passed the ordinance Thursday on a 9-to-2 vote after advocates turned in a petition with more than 140,000 signatures.When it passed, there were cheers of support, but not everyone was clapping."Of the small business owners I've talked to since this has become an issue, all of them are really concerned about it," said Chris Forbrich, who owns two small businesses and is also the chairman of Bexar County's Committee on Small Minority and Women Owned Businesses.Forbrich said any ordinance that mandates small businesses to cough up extra money threatens to destroy them."With escalating property taxes and all kinds of regulatory burdens put on by the state government, it's not helping people stay in businesses and it's not helping to make any jobs," he said. "A lot of small businesses offer services on a very competitive environment. They have very little margin."ORDINANCE HIGHLIGHTS: The ordinance applies to all businesses in San Antonio except government agencies and school districts. Employers are required to give employees one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked. There will be a yearly cap of 64 hours for employees, or 48 hours for small employers with 15 employees or fewer. The ordinance will not affect businesses that already provide that amount or more. The ordinance takes effect on Jan. 1, 2018. However, business owners have until Aug. 1, 2019, to begin offering paid sick leave. Businesses with five employees or fewer have until Aug. 1, 2021, to comply. Metropolitan Health District will enforce the ordinance. Business owners will face a $500 fine for each violation. Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Thursday he is aware of business owners' concerns."I think there are lots of flaws with the ordinance. It has some disparate impacts to small businesses, very small businesses," Nirenberg said.He said passing the ordinance was the only way City Council would have the flexibility to alter it and appease both sides."So we can now have a dialogue and actually make some changes to it in the event that the legislature or the courts do not act," he said.The Texas attorney general and several state legislators have already taken action against the city of Austin's similar ordinance and they say they'll do the same with San Antonio.
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The Point Park & Eats can now add Drips to its moniker with the opening of Just the Drip, a new coffeeshop space. Owned by Denise Aguirre and Noel Cisneros, Just the Drip features coffee by Quantum Coffee Roasters, cookies and baked goods by Chocollazo, and macarons by Dreamy Sweets by Blondee. Empanadas may soon be featured as well from the Chimichurri food truck that Aguirre and Cisneros own as well.…
Warning: This post contains graphic details not appropriate for sensitive readers. A serial flasher and masturbator in San Antonio was arrested late Thursday. On Monday, the San Antonio Police Department requested the public's help in tracking down Terrence Palumbo, who has allegedly been masturbating publicly in front of women since as early as March. Palumbo, 27, reportedly exposed himself at least six times to six different women, the first occurring at a Bitters Road Target on March 25. A woman said she was sitting in her vehicle when Palumbo pulled up next to her and began masturbating while watching her and thrusting his hips.…
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