A man suspected of driving up to two high school students at a bus stop in West Hartford and masturbating earlier this month has been arrested in connection with a separate case in June 2015 near William H. Hall High School.
Nicholas Webb, 32, was arrested after police said he drove up to two juveniles on Richard Street and South Quaker Lane in January and told the victims they were "beautiful" as he masturbated, the juveniles told West Hartford police.
Police have now charged him in a case from June 11, 2015. The victim told police that the window of Webb's black Acura sedan was down when he approached her and began speaking with her and he was masturbating.
He has been charged with risk of injury and impairing morals and second-degree breach of peace.
Bond was set at $50,000.
Police said they believe he has been involved in other incidents and ask people with information to cal West Hartford Police at 860-523-5203.
In 2010, Webb was convicted for risk of injury stemming from a New Britain arrest.