Arrest Made in Solicitation Cases from January

To: Washington and Lee Community

From: Michael L. Young, Director of Public Safety

Date: Feb. 15, 2012

I am writing to the University community to report the arrest of the individual who had solicited two students in January.

The Lexington Police Department has filed a felony charge of Solicitation to Commit Carnal Knowledge and a misdemeanor charge of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor against a Bath County man

He has also been issued a trespass warning by W&L Public Safety, which means that he will be arrested should he enter University property in the future.

Please remember to notify Public Safety immediately (540-458-8999) or call 911 and report any suspicious activity. In addition, you may now use the new anonymous crime reporting link:

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2 Responses to “Arrest Made in Solicitation Cases from January”

  1. Karin O'C says:

    Just out of curiosity, how will the trespass warning “prevent him from entering upon any University property in the future”?

    • Jeff Hanna says:

      A trespass warning does not prevent anyone from entering University property. But the existence of such a warning does permit the immediate arrest of any individual who has been issued such a warning but chooses to enter the campus anyway.

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