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Man Allegedly Exposes Himself on CSUN Campus

Employees who were victims of the alleged lewd conduct recognized the man from a crime bulletin released earlier this week.



    Jason Andrew Oakland, 22, was arrested for alleged lewd conduct on the CSUN campus.

    A 22-year-old man was arrested Friday for alleged lewd conduct on the California State University, Northridge campus.

    Jason Andrew Oakland is accused of exposing himself to four victims, all CSUN employees.

    He allegedly exposed himself to an employee on Wednesday, which prompted the university to issue a crime alert bulletin with a sketch of the suspect.

    Just after 1 p.m. Friday, two employees called university police to report that a man who they recognized from the crime alert bulletin had exposed himself to them. Soon thereafter, another victim called university police to report a similar crime.

    Police found Oakland on campus and one of the victims confirmed with police that he was the man that committed the act. The victim from Wednesday’s incident also confirmed that Oakland was the same man wanted in connection with that incident.

    Oakland is expected to be arraigned in court Monday.