Former Professor Who Exposed Self to Pedestrians Faces 2 Years in Custody

In separate incidents, 46-year-old Dong-Hyun Huh called two women over to his vehicle and exposed his genitals.

A former professor at Grace Mission University in Fullerton has a May 1 arraignment date on charges of exposing himself to two female pedestrians in Cerritos and Artesia last year.

Dong-Hyun Huh, 46, of Norwalk, faces up to two years in local custody, along with sex offender registration, if convicted of two misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, according to Los Angeles County prosecutors.

The first flashing incident allegedly occurred about 4 p.m. last Sept. 15. A 34-year-old woman was walking near Marquardt Avenue and Ashworth Street in Cerritos and saw a white SUV pull in front of her, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

The driver, later identified as Huh, allegedly called the woman to his vehicle and exposed his genitals to her, according to a sheriff's statement. She walked away from the SUV and notified law enforcement.

A short time later, near Gridley Road and Artesia Boulevard in Artesia, a 19-year-old woman "was called over to a sport utility vehicle and the driver had his genitals exposed while he masturbated," according to the sheriff's statement. She fled and notified the Lakewood Sheriff's Station.

Huh was arrested March 6 by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies and released on bond early the next morning, according to jail records.

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