Colorado Springs man arrested on sex crime charge

A Colorado Springs man, 29, has been arrested on suspicions that he has repeatedly exposed himself to area women.

Police say they believe he has exposed himself on seven or more occasions. He’s been charged with indecent exposure.

The suspect was in his car and pulled over for speeding this past Monday, police said. The officer apparently noticed what appeared to be drug paraphernalia in the vehicle and called for back-up officers. After they arrived, they noticed that the suspect resembled a description of a man sought by police in seven indecent exposure cases.

The incidents were reportedly in area stores, parking lots and parks, police said.

In an unrelated matter, a Colorado Spring photographer accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl has reportedly accepted a plea bargain negotiated with prosecutors.

In exchange for pleading guilty to sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust and sexual exploitation of a child, the man faces from four to 12 years in state prison.

He will be sentenced on November 28.

After his release from prison, he will be on intensive supervised probation for a minimum of 10 years.

Prosecutors agreed to drop 38 charges against the defendant as part of the plea agreement.

The man was accused of illegal sexual contact with the girl, as well as downloading hundreds of sexual photos that prosecutors believe depicted underage children.

Our Colorado Springs firm handles cases similar to the ones described here. For more information, visit our El Paso County sex crimes page.

Source: Colorado Springs Gazette, “Man arrested on suspicion of exposing himself,” Sept. 24, 2012

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Criminal Defense Attorney Eric S. Anya Eric Anaya has been practicing criminal law for over a decade. While attending law school, Eric was appointed to the University of New Mexico’s Board of Regents by the Governor of New Mexico. Eric decided to move to Colorado to accept a position in the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office. He prosecuted hundreds of cases in County Court, but quickly was promoted to prosecute felonies. Eric made the conscious decision to change his practice and his life to defending those wrongly accused. Eric has successfully handled hundreds of cases.

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