West side Indianapolis man Bernard Hunt caught exposing himself at apartments twice in one night
Staff members say it's been ongoing problem
Last Updated: 213 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis man was arrested after he was caught exposing himself from the window of his west side apartment twice in one night, police said.
Officers were called to the 200 block of Welcome Way Boulevard East Drive on Saturday night on a report of a man standing naked in front of his sliding glass patio doors, fondling himself.
Police spoke with Bernard Hunt, 63, who was intoxicated, and they explained that he could be seen naked through his windows, according to the police report.
Hunt agreed to put on clothes and officers closed his blinds before leaving the apartment.
But about 30 minutes later, officers were flagged down near the apartments by a person who said Hunt was exposing himself again.
Officers saw Hunt had again taken off his clothes and was standing in front of his sliding glass doors, according to the police report.
Hunt was arrested on preliminary charges on public indecency and indecent exposure.
While officers were waiting to transport Hunt, he gave them permission to turn on his TV, but a pornographic movie came on, according to the police report.
When the officer immediately changed the channel, Hunt "quickly encouraged (the officer) to turn it back to the pornography movie," according to the police report.
The officer declined and turned the TV off.
Staff members at the apartment later told officers that they'd had repeated problems with Hunt standing nude in his window and fondling himself.
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