Eddie Jenkins Jr., 20, of Annapolis faces 33 counts relating to indecent exposures
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WUSA9) -- Annapolis police have charged a man with 33 counts relating to multiple indecent exposure incidents.
Eddie Jenkins Jr., 20, of Annapolis faces 33 counts, including third degree burglary, peeping tom, visual surveillance with prurient intent, and indecent exposure, relating to 11 indecent exposures dating back to May of 2012, officials said.
In an incident on October 12, "Jenkins was seen disrobing on a partially enclosed patio of a ground floor apartment and touching his exposed penis," officials said.
Police say Jenkins would sometimes knock on sliding glass doors of people's homes to get attention and then leave physical evidence on the doors.
The other indecent exposure incidents include "one in May 2012 in the unit block of Melrob Ct, two in March 2013, one in the unit block of Bricin St and one in the 1200 block of Hollyday Ct, two in April 2013 both in the unit block of Bricin St, two in May 2013, one in the 1200 block of Hollyday Ct and one in the 1200 block of Gemini Dr, and each one in August, September, October 2013 all in the unit block of Bricin St," officials said.
Jenkins is being held on $40,000 for the October 12 incident and $100,000 bond for the other charges.
If you have any information about Eddie Jenkins or these cases please contact Detective Tom Pyles at 410-268-9000 ext. 5765 or email email@example.com.