According to police, Nicholas Webb has been tied to another flashing case, this one involving a middle school student.
By Ronni Newton
West Hartford Police have obtained a warrant and again arrested a West Hartford man on charges related to exposing himself to a female student.
According to police, an arrest warrant was obtained for Nicholas Webb, 32, of Penn Drive, after enough evidence was collected to tie him to a June 11, 2015, incident involving a middle school student from West Hartford.
Lt. Ted Stoneburner said that the June 11 incident involved a female student who was walking in the area of Brightview Drive, near Hall High School, when she was approached by a man matching Webb’s description and driving a black sedan. The girl told investigators that the man tried to talk to her and was exposing himself, Stoneburner said.
Webb was arrested Friday at his home and charged with risk of injury/impairing the morals of a minor and second-degree breach of peace. He was being held on $50,000 bond and transported to Hartford Superior Court.
Webb was free on $60,000 bond and was wearing an electronic monitoring device after his arrest on Jan. 21, 2016, on charges related to allegedly exposing himself to several females students from Hall High School in the area of South Quaker Lane and Richard Street. Bail in that case had originally been set at $200,000. According to court records, Webb’s next court appearance for the Jan. 21 charges is Feb. 4.
According to court records, Webb was convicted on risk of injury charges in 2010 stemming from a 2008 incident in New Britain and served two years of probation.
Stoneburner said that police believe Webb has been involved in several other cases and are still collecting evidence.
Anyone who has had contact with Webb is asked to call West Hartford Police at 860-523-5203.
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