Articles Tagged with exposure

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A man who was legally ordered quarantined after being exposed to the measles reportedly snuck past officers posted at his home so that he could hit the gym for a workout.

Brookfield, Wisconsin, resident Jeffrey Murawski, age 57, was the guest of a hotel last April, and it was discovered that a family who was also staying there had the measles.

When the health department was alerted about the incident, they ordered that Murawski, who was unable to provide proof that he had been vaccinated, to remain inside of his home for a period of 21 days so that the disease would not be spread if he had contracted it.

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A man who was reportedly trying to manage his anxiety through public masturbation was taken into custody after he was allegedly caught in the act inside a coin-op laundry business.

Around 2:30 am on September 11, 911 received a call from a concerned citizen reporting that a man was inside of a 24-hour laundromat that he believed had his pants down while touching his penis in public view.

Police dispatched to the location and saw a man allegedly seated inside the laundromat and masturbating. The suspect was also reported as using his cell phone to view pornographic material during the incident.

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On Sunday night a woman reportedly drove 19 miles reaching high speeds with her ex-boyfriend hanging onto the hood of the vehicle. She is facing charges for the allegations.

Around 10:00 p.m. on June 24, 24-year-old Patresha Isidore, and her ex-boyfriend, Junior Francis, who share a residence and a child was in the middle of an argument when Isidore decided that she wanted to leave and pick up their 5-year-old daughter from a family member with whom the child was visiting.

In an attempt to prevent Isidore from backing out of the driveway and departing in the blue Mercedes that she and Francis also co-own, he mounted the hood of the vehicle. Though Francis still had his body atop the front of the vehicle Isidore is accused of pulling out and driving off while knowing that Francis was still holding on.

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A passenger on board a Frontier Airlines flight was allegedly highly intoxicated when he began behaving in an obscene manner causing interference of the flight crew members. When the plane landed the suspect was taken into custody and he is now facing federal charges.

On the evening of Thursday, May 17, a Frontier Airlines flight from Denver to South Carolina departed, and while in the air the people in the cabin were allegedly exposed to a man who reportedly began acting in a disorderly manner to the extent that he prevented the flight staff from performing their regular duties.

45-year-old Michael Allen Haag was seated between two women that were also passengers on the flight. Around two hours after departing, Haag, who was consuming double vodka and tonics and acting as if he was very drunk, began talking to one of the women about how he was physically stimulated because he was going to visit a woman he knew. The woman reported that she felt very uncomfortable with the way Haag was behaving, and she felt that he was leering at her because she was wearing shorts and a tank top.

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A police officer for the New York Police Department was fired for a positive drug test result showing methamphetamines in his system, but the cop has denied the allegations and stated the results were compromised by his apparel.

Nearly 20 years ago the NYPD began implementing drug testing through collection of hair instead of the previously used urine tests. This method was chosen as the best way to ensure officers were not under the influence of narcotics due to the fact that testing the hair is reportedly more reliable, can detect substances in the system for a much longer period, and are less costly than urine sample tests.

33-year-old NYPD officer Brian Quire served on the Manhattan warrant squad and held a position with the police department for 12 years. Quire earned the nickname “Legs” by his colleagues due to his regular choice of shorts for his attire.

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According to investigators, 37 year old Stephen Garcia flashed Orange County female bus riders. Garcia, who has a lengthy record dating back a decade of indecent exposure cases, pled guilty on Tuesday to two felony counts of indecent exposure with prior convictions. He was immediately sentenced to three years in prison.

An anonymous tip about a man flashing women on the northern Orange County bus lines prompted an investigation. Investigators viewed surveillance video and after a three week investigation they arrested Garcia, according to the sheriff’s department.

Investigators said Garcia exposed himself at least four times on the buses. He would “flash” women while he sat in the back of the bus.