Nude man spotted exposing himself to girls near Rosenberg school

- Police in Rosenberg are investigating reports of a man exposing himself to girls as they walk to school.

On Wednesday, May 9, a girl said she was walking to George Jr. High in the area of Leonard and Marilyn Street when she saw a nude male standing at the street corner. The girl told officers that the she ran away as the man started to follow her, but he caught up and grabbed her by the waist. The man fled the scene when she began to scream.

Another student said on May 8, she was walking past the alley of Marilyn Street and Brumbelow Street when a male approached her and exposed himself. She said he was wearing black pants, which were draped around his upper thighs, and no shirt. The girl says she turned into an unknown residence and the man fled the scene.

Rosenberg School Resource Officers along with patrol officers and detectives will be in the area during bus pick-up and drop-off for the next several day.

If you have any information on either of the incidents you are asked to call the Rosenberg Police Department at 832-595-5500.

Lamar CISD sent this letter home to parents:

Parents,

We wanted you to be aware of two very concerning off-campus incidents involving Lamar CISD students.

The Rosenberg Police Department informed us today that a Terry High School student and a George Junior High School student both reported a nude, or nearly nude, man approached them while they were walking to school.

Police informed us these were two separate incidents that occurred yesterday and today near the 2000 block of Leonard Avenue and Marilyn Street.

Rosenberg Police have increased patrols in the area, especially prior to the beginning of school and after dismissal.

Parents and students are encouraged to immediately contact a school official or the Rosenberg Police Department if they hear of anything related to these events.

All Lamar CISD schools want to ensure our schools and the surrounding community are safe places for our students.

If  you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at (832) 223-3600

Stephen Judice

Principal

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