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Man Exposes Himself to Yorktown High School Student

A man exposed himself to a Yorktown High School student while she was walking to school yesterday morning, according to an email sent to parents.

March 24, 2011

Dear Parents:

This morning, a Yorktown High School student was walking to school when a man exposed himself to her. The incident occurred near N. 27th St. and N. Ohio Dr.

Upon arriving at school, the student reported the incident to administrators. The student’s mother and the Arlington County Police Department were called immediately. Arlington County Police are currently investigating the report and they plan to monitor the area.

We want to ask everyone to remind students to take precautions when walking to and from school, or at other times when they are out in the community. Students should walk in pairs or groups as often as possible and should immediately report any incidents to a teacher, administrator, or parent when something like this occurs so that appropriate actions can be taken.

If you have questions, do not hesitate to call any administrator at Nottingham.

Sincerely,

Mary Beth Pelosky
Principal

The incident was first reported by Ballston Patch, which also reported that an incident two weeks ago, when a man made an “inappropriate comment” to a female Williamsburg Middle School student as she was walking home from school.

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