An 18-year-old Barrington man was charged by police on Friday morning, June 1, with disorderly conduct -- indecent exposure.
Julian P. Lucas, of 4 Tallwood Drive, was arrested at Barrington High School at 11:37 am for allegedly exposing himself to two 10-year-old boys on a school bus earlier in the day at Massasoit Avenue and New Meadow Road.
Lucas was driving a car behind the bus when he allegedly “flipped off” the boys, lifted his shirt and dropped his pants to expose himself, said Police Chief John LaCross.
The incident occurred around 9:12 am. Police traced the number of the license plate on the vehicle given to police by one of the boys.
Lucas admitted to giving the finger to the boys and lifting his shirt to expose his chest, LaCross said. But he denied that he exposed anything else. He turned himself in to police without incident.
Another 18-year-old man arrested
Another 18-year-old Barrington High School student was arrested by police on Thursday morning, May 31, for marijuana possession and disorderly conduct.
Nicholas G. Miller, of 27 Manning Drive, was charged after marijuana was found stuffed in the mouthpiece for a trumpet he plays. The incident occurred at around 11:30 am.
Miller was approached by an assistant principal as a suspect in the letting loose of mice in the high school on the day before “senior prank day.” He was wearing a backpack, which the administrator suspected might be carrying the mice.
Miller allegedly began swearing and throwing around his backpack, Police Chief John LaCross said. He also kicked a door in the main office.
Marijuana was found in the backpack, but not mice. He was taken to 6th District Court by police to face the charges on the same day. He also was taken back to the main office, where he apologized for his behavior.