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Man Accused Of Defecating, Exposing Himself Near SW OKC Business

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Nicklous Victor Pappan, 39, was arrested on complaints of indecent exposure, resisting arrest, public drunk, trespassing and inhaling a harmful substance. Nicklous Victor Pappan, 39, was arrested on complaints of indecent exposure, resisting arrest, public drunk, trespassing and inhaling a harmful substance.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A homeless man was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of defecating and exposing himself near a southwest Oklahoma City business, police said.

Nicklous Victor Pappan, 39, was arrested on complaints of indecent exposure, resisting arrest, public drunk, trespassing and inhaling a harmful substance.

Police were called about 6:35 p.m. to a business in the 5700 block of S Western Avenue in reference to a man defecating and exposing himself in the store's parking lot.

When an officer arrived, he said he found Pappan holding a can of carburetor cleaner and Pappan appeared to be intoxicated.

The arresting officer said Pappan struggled with the officer and he requested backup to try to handcuff him. During a struggle, Pappan's right arm broke above the elbow.

The arresting officer, who was wearing a body camera, called for paramedics, and the two officers only restrained his left arm until paramedics arrived, according to the incident report.

The store employees told officers Pappan had been banned from the store but came in anyway. One employee said he saw Pappan pull his pants down to his ankles and squatted as if he were about to defecate in the parking lot. The employee said he could clearly see the man's penis and buttocks and that he was in plain view of anyone driving on Western.

Pappan was taken to Integris Southwest Medical Center where he received treatment for his broken arm.

Afterward, he was taken to the Oklahoma County jail. 

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