Sandy Springs Police say man exposed himself to middle school students
Fernando Arriola-Lobo is accused of exposing himself to Sandy Springs Middle School students.
A man is facing charges that he exposed himself to students walking to Sandy Springs Middle School.
Sandy Springs police allege that Fernando Arriola-Lobo, 29, exposed himself to the middle school students from the window of a vacant apartment at Azalea Park Apartments where he works as a maintenance man.
Police allege that Arriola-Lobo exposed himself to female students walking by the window as they walked by.
Two students on Aug. 15 reported the incident to a Fulton County School Resource officer who alerted Sandy Springs police. The police department says it set up surveillance of the apartment and say they witnessed the suspect exposing himself to students.
Police say the man left the apartment and detective later found him in a pickup truck. Arriola-Lobo allegedly admitted he had exposed himself, according to a statement from the police department.
Arriola-Lobo faces six counts of public indecency and six counts of child molestation and is being held in Fulton County Jail, police said.
He is in the Fulton County Jail and has no bond at this time.