A former Fremont police officer accused of public indecency has voluntarily surrendered his Nebraska law enforcement certificate.
26-year-old Nicholas Carlson also worked as a Thurston County deputy sheriff.
Carlson surrendered his certificate to the Nebraska Police Standards Advisory Council during a meeting at the State Law Enforcement Training Center in Grand Island.
Carlson has been charged with three counts of misdemeanor public indecency, a count of disorderly conduct, and a count of disturbing the peace in Dodge County Court.
Carlson is accused of exposing himself to a female clerk at the Pump and Pantry in Fremont in October. He earlier resigned as a Thurston County deputy sheriff a day after exposing himself to a female employee at Logan Valley Golf Course in Wakefield last year. He pleaded no contest in Wayne County to a count of misdemeanor public indecency.