From the Brookhaven College Police Department, Indecent Exposure Advisory
June 9, 2009
On June 4th, 2009, the night cleaning crew supervisor advised Brookhaven College Police of a Black Male exposing himself in S-Building at approximately 10:45 PM. She stated that she asked the individual to get dressed and leave however the individual refused. Officers identified him and escorted him off of campus. We believe that he is current a student at another college and are working to verify at this time.
On 06/06/09 at approximately 2:20 PM, 2 female students reported seeing a white male in the 2nd floor window exposing himself totally nude. The suspect was caught, detained and issued a criminal trespass. We confirmed he was not a current student and removed from the property.
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