Man accused of exposing himself outside nursing home - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Man accused of exposing himself outside nursing home

(Source: CPSO) (Source: CPSO)

The following is a Press Release from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office:

In June, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office received a call from a local nursing home to report that a man, who was not a resident, would stand outside on the grounds and bang on the glass doors and after getting the attention of someone inside the nursing home, the man would expose himself and begin masturbating. The nursing home said the staff and residents reported this happening several times since May.

On July 15, detectives with the CPSO Vice Division conducted a stake out of the nursing home and observed a man, later identified as Alexander D. Williams, 32, of Lake Charles, ride a bicycle onto the property and approach a glass door of the nursing home.  When detectives approached Williams, he fled on foot and was quickly apprehended. 

When questioned by detectives, Williams confirmed to going to the nursing home on numerous occasions over the last three months and exposing himself through the glass doors.

He was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with 3 counts of obscenity; 3 counts of criminal trespassing; and resisting an officer.

Williams, who is currently on probation for a 2011 obscenity arrest, is being held on a $260,000 bond set by Judge Michael Canaday. 

CPSO Detective Michael Primeaux is the lead investigator on this case.  CPSO Lt. Rusty Broussard was the arresting deputy.

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