Sac State police investigating incident of indecent exposure

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Sac State police investigating incident of indecent exposure

The SSPD encourages individuals to be safe and aware of their surroundings by utilizing tips such as staying in groups and contacting law enforcement as soon as possible.

The SSPD encourages individuals to be safe and aware of their surroundings by utilizing tips such as staying in groups and contacting law enforcement as soon as possible.

Claire Morgan - The State Hornet

The SSPD encourages individuals to be safe and aware of their surroundings by utilizing tips such as staying in groups and contacting law enforcement as soon as possible.

Claire Morgan - The State Hornet

Claire Morgan - The State Hornet

The SSPD encourages individuals to be safe and aware of their surroundings by utilizing tips such as staying in groups and contacting law enforcement as soon as possible.

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The Sacramento State Police Department sent a campus alert Wednesday after a student reported seeing someone engaged in a lewd act in the Alumni Grove Tuesday.

According to the SacSend email, around 3:05 p.m. a student walking the levee alongside State University Drive saw a man sitting on a park bench engaging in a lewd act.

After a report was made, officers immediately investigated the area, locating a man matching the description reported, but the witness was not able to confidently identify the man as the suspect in question.

No arrests were made and the incident remains under investigation.

The SSPD encourages individuals to be safe and aware of their surroundings by utilizing these tips:

  • Contact law enforcement for crimes and incidents of violence as soon as possible.
  • Try to walk with a group people and make sure to always walk with a friend at night. Strength in numbers is key!
  • Save the SSPD phone number, (916) 278-6000, in your phone cell phone.
  • When walking your route be aware of the emergency blue light phones in your area.
  • Use the Hornet Night Shuttle when traveling across campus at night by calling (916) 278-7260 or contact the SSPD for an escort.
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