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UAPD arrest student for recent indecent exposure incidents

The University of Arizona Police Department arrested a UA student yesterday tied to two recent incidents of indecent exposure on campus. UAPD announced the arrest of the suspect this morning via a Clery timely notice sent to the UA community.

UAPD identified Luis Daniel Sotelo-Orozco as the suspect in the June 10 and June 14 cases, according to the UA Clery Timely Warning sent out by UAPD Chief of Police Brian Seastone. The first case took place in the Student Union Memorial Center and the second in the Highland Tunnel under Speedway Boulevard.

Sotelo-Orozco was interviewed by detectives yesterday and has been charged with two counts of indecent exposure and a class one misdemeanor. The suspect has also been charged with one count of computer tampering which was part of a separate crime detectives tied the suspect to during this investigation, according to the notice.

UAPD has not released a photo Sotelo-Orozco and Public Information Officer Sergeant Filbert Barrera said he could not comment on how the suspect was found, as the case is an open investigation.

This story will be updated as more information is released.  


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