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Man caught in bathroom with 2 young girls at a valley park

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) - A man is behind bars, arrested for something he allegedly did at a valley park.

It happened at Falcon Park near 35th Avenue & Roosevelt. A man arrested in the bathroom at the park is a convicted and registered sex offender.

A teen watching two kids said the the two kids had to go to the bathroom then came running out in a panic.

"My sister comes running out saying there is a guy in the restroom, and I told him what are you doing in there, and I told him to get out," said the teen.

Police say the man is 43 year-old Charles Styles. The teen said the man had claimed the kids asked him to go in.

"He said he went in there because my cousin and my sister said there was a cricket," she said.

But she says that was not true, so she confronted Styles.

"They said he touched their private parts, he said what happened, and my cousin said "you did it" and he said "that is not true" and I said little kids are not going to lie," she said.

Styles then walked over to his car and drove away. The teen however wrote down his license plate number and called the cops. Styles is now behind bars, and the teen's mom is relieved.

"Oh, that is disgusting, he is the worst person, he should not be out here, who knows who he has harmed before," said the mother.

Styles is now facing four counts of sexual conduct with a minor.

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