- Maybe do a search on meganslaw.ca.gov and see if he is there. There
over 100 in the area and a few right on Beverly and van ness.
Subject: Fwd: Windsor Square parents
More info on the creepy guy, or what to do if you encounter creepy
On Tue, 28 Jun 2005 16:39:38 -0700 (PDT), "Laura Putney"
> As many of you know, last Friday, June 24, my 18 month old daughterand a
> babysitter were followed by a suspicious man when they left thepark
> Van Ness. After speaking with the LAPD, I am advised that theonly
> thing we can do is to make sure everyone in the neighborhood knowsabout
> the incident (see details below) and that everyone knows that ifthey
> this guy or any other suspicious activity, they should call thepolice.
> Description of the suspicious man: White, male, 40-45 years old,
> no facial hair, big build - about 200 lbs. He was last seenwearing
> gray or green shirt and jeans. He looked nice - not like atransient.
> Please program this number for the LAPD, Wilshire Division, into
> cell phones and have your nannies do the same:needs
> (213) 485-4022.
> In order to make sure that officers are sent quickly, whoever calls
> to say that the sexual assault detectives told them to call.(FYI: I
> spoke with a Detective Gonzales: (213) 473-0447).kids
> Here's what happened last Friday:
> A strange man was hanging around the park on Van Ness watching the
> for a long time. He started approaching nannies and asking themthe
> "rules of the park." They asked what he meant, and he just keptback.
> repeating the "rules of the park." He left for awhile, but he came
> He was making motions to the children to come near him. At somepoint
> he put his hands and the air and said, "I'm Free! I'm Free!" Hisleft.
> behavior was so disturbing that the nannies got freaked out and
> We had a substitute nanny on Friday, and she was at the park until
> 11:00 a.m. When she left, the same man followed her & my daughterfor
> several blocks. She looked back and saw him walking slowly behindher,
> so she approached a gardener and talked to him. While she wasstopped,
> the man stopped too and was smoking and trying to hide behind atree.
> When she started walking again, so did he. Finally, she startedwaving
> to a car, saying, "Look, Olivia, your mama!" The man turned aroundand
> Please feel free to forward this message to other neighbors and
> the word. If anyone happens to see this guy, please call thepolice.