An ECU student is facing even more indecent exposure charges.
Greenville police had already arrested Harrison Boyd with two counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure charges for crimes that happened near the Rosemont apartment complex on County Home Road.
Now, detectives say the 19-year-old student is a suspect in cases that happened on April 17th on York Road and another that took place on January 17th near Warren and First streets.
Police say the victim on York Road was a man, while on Warren Street the victim was a woman.
In both case police say Boyd drove near them in his car and asked for directions. The victims told police Boyd was exposing and touching himself.
Boyd has not yet been served with the additional warrants.
Police used a photo lineup to identify an ECU student who they say exposed himself to two woman Friday afternoon.
Harrison Boyd was charged with two counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure by Greenville police.
The two women say Boyd approached them in his car and asked for directions near the Rosemont apartment complex on County Home Road. In each case the women say the teen exposed himself. Both women provided similar descriptions of the suspect and his car.
The 19-year-old Boyd was jailed on a $2,000 bond.
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