After going to scrap some metal, the woman convinced Compton to take her to the hospital where Compton left her. Hospital staff called 911 for the woman so she could report the incident to police.
Indecent exposure charges filed against Maysville man
A 20-year-old Maysville man was charged Wednesday with two counts of indecent exposure after separate incidents in December.
Dustin Ryan Crawford was contacted by police after two separate reports were filed regarding a male driving up and exposing himself, according to the affidavit.
The first incident occurred Dec. 3 when Crawford drove up propositioning the victim and then exposing himself to the victim. The victim was able to give police a description of the vehicle, the affidavit said.
The second incident occurred Dec. 18 when Crawford exposed himself to two City of Norman employees while stopped at a red light. The employees were able to give a better description of the vehicle, as well as a partial tag number, the affidavit said.
Police later spotted a vehicle matching the description and partial tag, found that Crawford was the owner of the vehicle and interviewed him. Crawford confessed to exposing himself to the two employees, but not to the first victim, the document states.
Victims from both incidents were able to identify Crawford in a six-photo sequential line-up, the affidavit said.
Teen charged with rape
A Lexington teen was charged with first-degree rape Wednesday in Cleveland County District Court.
The 17-year-old male is being charged as a youthful offender for the rape of a 14-year-old female. The female told forensic interviewers the male had sexually assaulted her on more than one occasion, according to the affidavit filed with the charge.
When police interviewed the male, who was at Rose Rock Academy in Oklahoma City, he admitted to the sexual assault acts telling the interviewing officer, “Sir, I made a mistake,” the affidavit said.