BY REBECCA BENNETT — Joshua Charles Price, 23, was arrested on Aug. 15 for violating parole in a 2010 armed robbery case. This in connection to an indecent exposure reported on the Trolley Trail that connects Riverdale Park and the City of Hyattsville.

Photo courtesy Rebecca Bennett.
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In 2010, Price plead guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery and theft of under $1,000, according to court records.  He was given a 10-year suspended sentence, save 175 days of time served, put on supervised probation for 5 years and ordered to pay $870 in restitution.

Just two months before his parole expired, a warrant was issued for Price after authorities said he violated parole when he was arrested for an alleged July 27 indecent exposure.  Court documents also show he still owed $83 in restitution.

Price appeared in court on Aug. 18 and waived the right to an attorney at his initial appearance, according to court documents. He was released on Aug. 19 on a $2,500 bond.

Price is next due in court on Aug. 28 for alleged sexual crimes along the Trolley Trail.  A court date of Sept. 18 is set for the alleged probation violation.