Flasher Stalks Napa Seniors, Police Say

In separate reports over the past month, three elderly Napa women told police a young Hispanic man exposed his genitals to them inside or near the Rohlff's Manor senior living complex. Napa police are circulating a description of the suspect.

Napa police are looking for a young man who reportedly exposed his genitals to elderly women on at least three occasions over the past month, most recently Sunday afternoon.

According to a bulletin from Capt. Jeff Troendly of the Napa Police Department:

On 10/21/12 at approximately 1300 hours, an elderly female victim reported a male in his early 20’s 5-08 to 5-10 with an olive complexion and short dark slicked back hair wearing a “Nehru” style jacket spoke to her as they both were walking inside the Rohlff’s Manor complex. He called to her politely and directed her attention to his exposed genitalia. 

On 9/22/12 about 1715 hours and 9/23/12 about 1257 hours a male suspect exposed himself to two separate elderly female victims in the area of W. Pueblo Ave./ Baywood Ln. (Rohlff's Manor).

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, olive skinned, teenage to early 20’s, 509-511, thin build, short crew cut style dark hair, clean shaven, no accent, wearing athletic style clothing. The suspect was also wearing white ear bud style headphones during both incidents.

Anyone with information about either of these incidents should contact the Officer Kyle Upchurch at 258-7800 ext. 5239.

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