Ashburn Man Charged with Series of Obscene Exposure Cases; Granted Bond Release

An Ashburn man suspected of several indecent exposure incidents was arrested Wednesday and granted bond release on Thursday.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Jerson Montoya-Mendoza, 24, on Tuesday pulled up in his vehicle next to two adult females who were walking in the area of Ashburn Village Boulevard and Pavilion Parkway. The suspect allegedly exposed himself and was performing a sexual act while watching pornographic material on his cell phone before he drove off.

Montoya-Mendoza was located by deputies the next day and the arrest was made during a traffic stop was while he was driving.

Detectives have connected him to a series of six indecent exposures. The first occurred on Nov. 8, 2019, with additional cases reported in April, May, and June. Three of the cases involved juveniles, the agency reported.

Montoya-Mendoza is charged with seven counts of obscene sexual display in public, one count of indecent liberties with a child, and one summons for display of obscene image while inside a vehicle.

Montoya-Mendoza was initially held without bond at the Adult Detention Center. On Thursday, General District Court Judge Dean Worcester agreed to bond terms permitting Montoya-Mendoza’s release pending trial.

He is required to post a $15,000 secured bond and remain in Virginia; remain under pre-trial supervision; submit to drug and alcohol testing; comply with a 9 p.m. curfew; leave his home only to go to and from work, to the courthouse or to meet with pre-trial supervisors or his attorney; not possess any firearms; refrain from using illegal drugs or alcohol; keep his job or get a new one; and refrain from accessing pornography.

Montoya-Mendoza’s trial is set for Sept. 23 in District Court.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone who may have information about these incidents or believe they were a victim to contact Detective Johnson at 703-777-1021.

 

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