Kids report indecent exposure near school
Suspect allegedly exposed his genitals and masturbated
–On Tuesday at approximately 8:15 a.m., the Paso Robles Police received a report of two incidents of indecent exposure that had occurred approximately 8-10 minutes earlier in the general area of Flamson Middle School.
Two different sets of school-aged children reported being the victims of indecent exposure as they walked to school. The first victims to report this stated the incident occurred near the intersection of 23rd and Oak Streets and the second victims to report this stated the incident occurred near the intersection of 28th and Spring Streets.
In each of these incidents, the victims reported seeing the suspect in a vehicle with his pants down, exposing his genitals to them while he masturbated. The suspect never spoke to the victims, and never left his vehicle or contacted the victims. The suspect appeared to have been alone in his vehicle when these incidents occurred.
The victims all described the suspect as a white male adult in his 40’s, last seen wearing a black jacket with dark colored pants. This suspect was further described as having a dirty blonde to dark colored mustache and beard. During one of the incidents the suspect was reported to have been wearing a black ski mask.
The suspect was driving a white 4-door passenger car, possibly from the mid-2000’s. This vehicle was further described as having black door handles, a black door stripe on both sides, and a white license plate with a black frame. This vehicle was last seen southbound in the 2100 block of Oak Street.
The victims all reported these incidents to staff at Flamson Middle School, who immediately notified the police. Paso Robles Joint Unified School District personnel worked directly with officers to ensure the safety of the victims and all the children at the school while these incidents were being investigated.
Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect.
This investigation is ongoing, and the police are seeking assistance from the public. Anyone with information is asked to call police. Persons wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers at 805-549-STOP or submit a Web Tip from the Crime Stoppers website at http://www.slotips.org. You can also submit a “TEXT TIP” by texting “slotips” and your message to CRIMES (or 274637). You do not have to give your name.