Smyrna man charged after mom, kids flashed in Nolensville
Ronnie Hollingsworth, 53, was allegedly driving a blue Nissan Pathfinder when he exposed himself to a mother and her children on Monday.
NOLENSVILLE, Tenn. -
A Smyrna man wanted by authorities for allegedly exposing himself to a Nolensville woman and her children was arrested just after Midnight Friday.
Officials confirmed to News 2 that 53-year-old Ronnie Hollingsworth was booked into the Williamson County jail at 1:10 a.m.
Hollingsworth was identified when mother Jennifer Bounds copied his license plate number Thursday after he exposed himself.
She said she was walking back to her home in the Silver Stream Farms subdivision after stopping by an ice cream truck with her nine and seven-year-old children when a man driving a blue Nissan Pathfinder exposed himself.
“I smiled thinking he was a neighbor and when I smiled he smiled back looking down to make sure I knew he was playing with himself. It was just sick," Bounds told News 2.
He reportedly sped off when he saw Bounds calling 911.
Bounds told News 2 he returned two hours later, which is when she copied his license plate number and turned it over to police.
Sheriff's officials said Thursday that Hollingsworth is a suspect in similar incidents in Smyrna, La Vergne and Nolensville.
He was charged with indecent exposure and placed on $1,500 bond.