Police Investigate Report of Lewd Behavior near Bowdoin Housing

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Police Investigate Report of Lewd Behavior near Bowdoin Housing


Brogan, Beth, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


BRUNSWICK, Maine -- A Bowdoin College security officer reported early Thursday morning that he spotted a man allegedly engaged in lewd public behavior near the college's Mayflower Apartments housing complex on Belmont Street, according to police.

Brunswick police officers were dispatched to the Mayflower Apartment complex near the intersection of Belmont and Oakland streets at about 3 a.m., after the security officer reported the man, who was allegedly standing with his pants at his ankles and his hand on his genitals, according to Cmdr. Marc Hagan of the Brunswick Police Department.

The security officer, who was driving by at the time, reportedly confronted the man, who then ran north on Maine Street, Hagan said. Police checked the area but found nothing.

Hagan said it's unclear whether a female college student with the security officer also witnessed the incident.

The man is described as a black male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 130 to 140 pounds, in his late teens or early 20s.

In November, college officials said they would increase security in the area after a female student reported being sexually assaulted in her apartment at the Mayflower Apartments complex. Residents of the apartments were offered housing on the campus if they wanted to move.

Shortly afterward, female students in two separate incidents reported being grabbed by men on streets adjacent to the college.

Police later released a composite sketch of a "person of interest" who may have been involved in the sexual assault. The white man was estimated to be in his late 20s, slender and between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall. …

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