Rocklin Police Conclude Investigation into Indecent Exposure Incidents at Local Parks
Photo: Scene of arrest | Rocklin PD
The Rocklin Police Department has officially closed its investigation into a series of disturbing incidents involving a man exposing himself and engaging in erratic behavior at several parks in the area. Thanks to the vigilant efforts of witnesses and the utilization of cutting-edge technology, authorities were able to swiftly apprehend the suspect responsible for these acts.
Over the past few weeks, sporadic reports of a streaker terrorizing local parks had been received by the Rocklin Police Department. Concerned residents shared accounts of a man behaving inappropriately and indecently exposing himself in public spaces. Recognizing the seriousness of the situation, law enforcement prioritized the investigation to ensure the safety and well-being of the community during outdoor activities such as running, walking, and enjoying the parks.
One crucial breakthrough in the case was the detailed description of the suspect’s vehicle provided by a witness. Leveraging the latest advancements in law enforcement technology, including Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) cameras, the Rocklin Police Department was able to gather crucial evidence and piece together the puzzle surrounding the incidents.
In a meticulously planned operation conducted in the early hours of this morning, Rocklin Police Detectives descended upon Whitney Park, a location that had been particularly affected by these unsettling occurrences. Their efforts culminated in the arrest of 24-year-old Jason Gray, a resident of Roseville, on charges of indecent exposure.
Detective Greg Hilton, the lead investigator on the case, encourages anyone who may have additional information related to these incidents or who may have witnessed similar behavior to reach out to the Rocklin Police Department. Detective Hilton can be contacted directly at 916-625-5490.