Long Beach- A 26-year-old parolee awaits prison for multiple incidents of indecent exposure.
On October 23, 2013, a 21-year-old female victim of Albert Raul Pulido’s indecent exposure spotted his vehicle in North Long Beach and reported the sighting to Long Beach Police Department. She recognized the vehicle because she recorded his actions and vehicle with her cell phone during the original incident, which occurred in Lynwood about two months prior.
With the help of a team of agencies, Pulido was found and arrested. At the time of his arrest, the 26-year-old was on parole for a previous incident that required him to wear a tracking device. The detective utilized the device for further investigation by contacting a parole agent at the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation who was able to check the history of Pulido’s movement on the tracking device. The agent subsequently used the information to cross check against other complaints of indecent exposure.
The parole agent found seven incidents of the same nature within the county, and contacted Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for assistance in the investigation. The victims, ages 14 to 25, were contacted, and all confirmed that Pulido was in fact the offender in the incidents.
Investigators also discovered that Pulido’s history of indecent exposure dates back to 2002.
Pulido was booked into Los Angeles County Jail where he awaits transfer to California State Prison.
Detectives ask that anyone who may have additional information contact LA County Sheriff’s Department Special Victims Bureau at (877) 710-5273.
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