Alleged Flasher Accused In At Least Five Cases

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We have information we promised you about an accused flasher.

11 News first reported last week that a man was arrested for exposing himself to women, several different times.

According to court papers we obtained, police say Jason Johnson has been exposing himself to women and teenage girls several times over the last four months.

Investigators say the 26-year-old was touching himself in front of adult women and teens several times in the same neighborhood.

We are working to find out exactly where the alleged incidents happened.

Victims claim the suspect was masturbating in front of them.

Police has been investigating for several months after becoming aware of a similar pattern of incidents when a white male driving a red SUV exposed himself to women and girls in the Springs.

Johnson was identified as a suspect during the course of the investigation. Three out of the five cases he is currently accused in, victims wrote down his license plate number and police were able to connect the cases with that information.

Police say Johnson could be tied to at least 8 other flashing cases. They say he may also be a suspect in at least two incidents involving enticement of children.

Investigators are asking any other possible victims to come forward.

We stopped by the suspect’s house to ask him about the allegations. A man who answered the door said he was Johnson’s roommate and that Johnson was not at home. He had nothing to say about the allegations against Johnson.

We’ve been asking police for a photo of Jason Johnson, but they say they are not ready to release it just yet.

The investigation is still ongoing. Anyone who has been victim to a similar crime is asked to call CSPD at 444-7000.

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