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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- A 22-year-old man arrested in the attempted abduction of a female jogger in Scottsdale faces charges in that case as well as several others involving accusations of indecent behavior or assault.

Charges against David Talkington include kidnapping, sexual abuse, assault and public sexual indecency.

Police said in a court document that the charges stem from six incidents between May 14 and Tuesday, including several in which he accosted women in parking lots.

Police said in one incident Talkington threatened a woman by saying he'd blow them both up if she didn't show him her breasts.

The woman took down his vehicle's license plate number and later identified Talkington in a photo lineup.

A Maricopa County Superior Court spokesman said he doesn't know if Talkington has a lawyer yet.

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