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Chapel Hill man charged with indecent exposure

Posted June 28, 2012

— Chapel Hill police arrested a 21-year-old man Wednesday and charged him with indecent exposure.

Adalberto Alejandro Pacheco, of Melville Loop, is accused of exposing himself in the Pinehurst Drive area on March 15, police said.

He was being held in the Orange County Jail under a $3,000 secure bond. No other information was released.


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  • paulacapell Jun 28, 2012

    jkhunter, why was he charged with only indecent exposure not stalking???? The charges he got will not hold him for long...if it was really stalking - he should have been charged with that offense. Sounds like the cops aren't taking it all that seriously. Also..."very aggressive exposure" is rather vague. Also does she know this guy - could it simply be a prank?

  • jmf1073 4.0 Jun 28, 2012

    sounds like he has a crush on this girl.

  • jkhunter Jun 28, 2012

    This incident was a very aggressive exposure to a female AND he returned and did it to her again several weeks later. It was not him relieving himself in the bushes. The Chapel Hill police have been watching him and building a case, waiting for the right time to make an arrest. Hopefully there is enough evidence to bring other charges (stalking). I live in the neighborhood where this happened and we have been on pins and needles waiting for any arrest. There is an elementary school nearby and the police advised us that his behavior could escalate into more serious crimes. I wish bond was higher but hopefully he'll stay locked up and then convicted with a long sentence.

  • gonefishin0202 Jun 28, 2012

    This was from March? Must have taken a while to "find" what they were looking for.

  • SFSOLDIER Jun 28, 2012

    Adalberto better keep that thing under wraps...next time he might get beat down!

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 Jun 28, 2012

    This man needs to be locked up for a long time and should not have gotten a bond. PERIOD!

  • cpdtg Jun 28, 2012

    Probably took so long to arrest him due to lack of evidence

  • ezLikeSundayMorning Jun 28, 2012

    I was thinking why bond at all. I guess it depends on how he exposed himself. Streaking through campus, give him a ticket and move on. Approaching someone, especially a minor and whipping it out, let him wait in jail.

  • dwntwnboy Jun 28, 2012

    There is more to this story I'm sure. Was it an "exposure" as in flashing, or was it "exposure" as in he was taking a wee in a bush and someone saw him? Two VERY different levels of "exposure"- and we've seen people get in trouble for both- it's all in the eye of the "exposee" I guess. And 3 months later? It must have been some "memorable" exposure LOL

  • DivaD Jun 28, 2012

    Really, why such a low bond....get out of here, he will be back to his same ole tricks! These laws need to be a little more stricker!