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Fountain police investigate indecent exposure claim

By Scott Harrison
Published On: Mar 07 2014 05:17:51 PM CST
Updated On: Mar 10 2014 01:50:07 PM CDT
FOUNTAIN, Colo. -

Fountain police are investigating a report of indecent exposure.

Police were called to the 6600 block of President Avenue Friday afternoon.  The 15-year-old girl, told police she was walking near Janitell Junior High School when a silver-colored newer sedan pulled up next to her.

It occurred at the intersection of Fortman Avenue and Franconia Drive, she said.

The girl said the man pulled down his pants and asked her if she wanted "some of this."  She said she told the man "no thank you."  She said he then told her that it would make her feel good.  She said no again, then turned toward a house.  The man took off.

At the time, the girl said she was going to meet friends outside nearby Sunrise Elementary School.

The girl said she called police after her brothers came to get her.  Police searched the area but found nothing.

"My mom was freaking out," the girl said.  "So was my sister.  I was really scared at the time."

The girl described the man as a 20s-looking Hispanic male with blue eyes.  She said he was wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans.

The girl said the incident has made her reevaluate how safe her neighborhood is.

"I've lived here all my life and I've gone to Sunrise every weekend just to hang out," she said.  "Now, it's just different.  I should always have someone with me."

If you know anything about this case, call Fountain police.

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