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El Segundo police arrest man on charges of indecent exposure, following victim

Frederick Rogers El Segundo police arrested a man Thursday night who allegedly exposed himself to a woman and followed her as she fled into a store.

Frederick J. Rogers, 47, who lives in Playa Vista, was apprehended by officers at his home about 7:30 p.m., the El Segundo Police Department said.

Lt. Raymond Garcia told The Times that detectives were able to identify Rogers after receiving an anonymous tip.

The incident occurred May 23 when a man who was driving a metallic blue Lexus SUV followed the woman to a Walgreen's parking lot at 331 N. Sepulveda Blvd.

As the woman left her car, the man began exposing himself. "In fear, she ran into the business and the suspect followed her," Garcia said. El Segundo incident

Rogers was booked on suspicion of attempted sexual assault, burglary, lewd conduct and indecent exposure, Garcia said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Eric Atkinson at (310) 524-2216


El Segundo police seek man who exposed himself to woman and followed her

-- Robert J. Lopez
Twitter: @LAJourno

Photos: (top) Frederick J. Rogers. Credit: El Segundo Police Department

(bottom) Image from a video camera of the man who police say exposed himself. Credit: El Segundo Police Department

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