A Joelton man was arrested Monday for indecent exposure after flashing his neighbor.The neighbor, Suzan Favreau, told Nashville's News 2 that she has had several upsetting encounters with her neighbor, Danny Morris.It started several months ago when Morris let his dogs run loose in the neighborhood.Favreau gets her exercise by walking two miles a day with her dog, Wheeler. "That's all I want is a quiet neighborhood to walk my dog," said Favreau.Favreau called Animal Control to file a complaint on Morris."At that point he was forced to keep his animals either tied up or fenced in," explained Favreau, "So he started retaliating."She told Nashville's News 2 that it started with name calling and profanity, but quickly escalated.She described being terrified when Morris drove his car right at her in February."The only place to go was the ditch, so I was ready to jump for the ditch, but then he swerved over," said Favreau.She documented every encounter with Morris in a notebook."When I would walk past his house, he would go behind his house and shoot off his gun," said Favreau, adding that Morris would fire several rounds at a time.After his latest stunt, Favreau decided she had enough."He decided he was going to show me his whole backside and turned around at his door and dropped his pants and gave me the finger," she recalled, who took a picture for evidentiary purposes."Then he turned around and said 'Hey do you want a picture of this too' but at that point I just kept on walking," said Favreau.Morris was arrested Monday night and charged with felony reckless endangerment and indecent exposure.He's also facing drug charges.Favreau added that she harbors no bad blood toward her neighbor."I'll leave him alone if he would just leave me alone," said Favreau.She noted that since his arrest, Morris has kept quiet. Morris goes before a judge to face his charges on April 30.