Edmond man accused of making church threats is charged with indecent exposure in Oklahoma County
Michael Moon, 19, of Edmond, charged in separate case with threatening to perform an act of violence and is being held without bail at the Oklahoma County jail, authorities said.
An Edmond man accused of threatening to kill church workers was charged Monday in Oklahoma County with indecent exposure in a separate case, court records show.
Michael Seockjin Moon, 19, is accused of exposing himself to a female runner on the south side of Whispering Heights Park, 3707 Grandview, in Edmond on Feb. 3, police reported in an affidavit filed with the latest charge.
Moon was being held without bail Monday in the Oklahoma County jail, records show.
In the earlier case, Moon is accused of making threats to employees at First Presbyterian Church.
Moon was charged Wednesday with threatening to perform an act of violence, a misdemeanor.
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