Suspect in TCU indecent exposure cases detained

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Fort Worth police arrested a man Monday afternoon who they said admitted exposing himself to female TCU students.
At least two women reported a man in Crown Victoria pulling along side them and fondling himself after making eye contact.
Jose Ortiz-Salas, 31, was arrested after a Fort Worth police special response team that was stationed at the intersection of West Berry Street and South University Drive saw a vehicle matching the description given by the students.
Fort Worth police arrested Jose Ortiz-Salas Monday in connection with multiple indecent exposure reports.

After being detained, police said they discovered that Jose Ortiz-Salas had an outstanding immigration deportation detainer. He is in jail awaiting federal charges, police said.
Ernesto Ortiz-Salas, driver of the vehicle was arrested for outstanding traffic violations.
Ernesto Ortiz-Salas, driver of the vehicle.

Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Ernesto Ortiz-Salas, 21. He was arrested for outstanding traffic violations, according to police.
Fort Worth Police set up the surveillance team in response to numerous reports of a man inappropriately touching himself while staring at female TCU students.
 
Two men arrested and one charged with indecent exposure.
Two men arrested and one charged with indecent exposure.