Man Exposed and Fondled Self in University of Bridgeport Library: Police

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    Bridgeport police have arrested a local man who is accused of exposing himself to women in the library on the University of Bridgeport campus and fondling himself.

    On Tuesday afternoon, police went to campus and spoke with university security, who said there had been several incidents in the library in which a man had exposed and touched himself in front of females.

    On Tuesday, a female security officer dressed in plain clothes was stationed in the library and saw Jeremy Lee Wilson, 24, of Bridgeport, in one of the book aisles.

    He started rubbing his crotch area through his pants, followed the security officer as she walked away and continued to rub himself, police said.

    When the officer radioed for other officers, Wilson fled from campus.

    Security officers followed him and were able to get the license plate number of Wilson’s Dodge Caravan, police said.

    Detective Robert Winkler went to the house to that the minivan was registered to and the van was in the driveway, with the hood was still warm, police said.

    Winkler detained Wilson and employees from the university confirmed he was the person touching himself in the library, police said.
    Wilson acknowledged to police that he had previously done this at the university, according to police.

    He was charged with second-degree criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and public indecency.
     

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