On Saturday morning, July 21, at approximately 9:15 a.m., an unidentified male exposed himself to two students walking near Village A.
This case of “indecent exposure” is currently under investigation. The students reported the incident at 1 a.m. today, and Department of Public Safety informed Metropolitan Police Department. MPD responded by taking a report. The students did not report any physical injuries or contact with the suspect.
The suspect was a Hispanic male, 6 feet tall, with a muscular build. He was wearing a gray T-shirt and blue jeans, according to the report of the witness’s description. The victims added that the suspect covered his face with his T-shirt during the indecent exposure.
DPS requests that anyone who has information regarding this incident, or who noticed any suspects before or after the incident, contact them immediately at (202) 687-4343.
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This past week-and-a-half saw the three on-campus assaults, two of which DPS characterized as “domestic violence assaults.”
According to Rachel Pugh, associate director of University communications, criminal behavior can fall under the purview of both Student Conduct and D.C. law. Physical assault, depending on the severity of the injury, is classified as either a Class B or C violation, which general carry minimum punishments ranging from “housing probation or housing suspension to disciplinary probation or disciplinary suspension” and “disciplinary suspension or … dismiss[al] from the University.” D.C. law punishes “simple” (i.e. misdemeanor) assault with a fine of “$1000 and/or imprisonment of up to 180 days, or both” (DC Code 22-404).
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According to a Public Safety Alert sent out to the Georgetown community earlier today, an unknown male exposed himself to a passerby.
At 9:45 this morning a suspect described as a Hispanic male, who is thought to be in his late twenties to early thirties, exposed himself to a student walking to class. The suspect was standing on the stairs of Village A along Prospect Street. Following the incident, the student crossed the street and continued to campus.
The incident was reported to MPD, however no one has yet been identified as a suspect.
This is the third time this year that an indecent exposure incident has warranted a public safety alert.
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According to a Public Safety Alert, an unknown suspect, described as a white man sitting in a tan-colored vehicle, exposed himself to a female student on Tuesday morning.
While standing outside of Darnall Hall at 10:15 p.m., the student approached the man’s vehicle, assuming that he needed directions. (The PSA describes the man as “in his 40′s [and] wearing a striped plaid tee shirt and khaki pants.”)
When she reached the vehicle’s passenger side, she noticed that the driver “was exposed.” As she backed away, the man yelled for her to come back and tried to open the passenger side door.
The man was last spotted driving towards Reservoir Road. The student did not report his license plate.
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Early this morning, an unknown man exposed himself to a student on the 3500 block of N Street.
As the student was walking home at 2:30 a.m., the man jumped out of a bush, sans pants. According to a Public Safety Alert, he was also wearing a black mask.
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