Grandmother Victim of Indecent Exposure on Footpath

Grandmother Victim of Indecent Exposure on Footpath
Photo: Juan Carlos Zamora

Ventura County – A grandmother was walking along the decomposed granite footpath at Thousand Oaks’ Oakbrook Neighborhood Park. It was late on the morning of October 26th, as she pushed her granddaughter along in a child’s stroller.

It was just another beautiful morning for a walk, but according to Ventura County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Detective Timothy Lohman, it soon became an “indecent” experience for the 70-year-old female victim, a resident of North Carolina.

It was at 11:30 a.m. when the Thousand Oaks Police Department received a call reporting an incident of “indecent exposure” occurring in the public park. Responding deputies immediately investigated and learned that the grandmother had been in repeated proximity to 42-year-old Piru resident Juan Carlos Contreras Zamora, who was working in the park as a landscaper.

According to Lohman, Zamora had “waved and smiled at her several times” as she navigated the park’s walking path, passing by him more than once.

At one point, with Zamora working “within several feet of the victim,” he was observed exposing his genitals. Without a word being exchanged between them, the woman immediately walked away from him and promptly called the cops to report the incident.

Responding deputies located Zamora while he was still in the park, at which time he “admitted his involvement” and was quickly arrested.

He was transported to Ventura County Jail, where he was booked on one count of indecent exposure. When she returns to North Carolina, his victim will undoubtedly have an interesting story to tell about her visit to California.

Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking

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