(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Stillwater man accused of exposing his genitals while walking on Perkins Road has been charged with indecent exposure for the third time in Stillwater in less than a year, court records show.
William Fischer Hopper, 25, remains free on $15,000 total bail pending a June 12 court appearance on his latest charge.
If convicted of all three counts of indecent exposure, Hopper could be given as much as a 30-year prison term and a $60,000 fine, court records show.
In his new case, Hopper was arrested at 4:41 a.m. on May 7 in the 500 block of E. 3rd Street, according to an affidavit by Stillwater Police Officer Tanner Galbiso.
At 4:06 a.m. that day, the Stillwater officer was sent to the 100 block of N. Perkins Road “in reference to a truck driver who stated that he saw an adult male exposing his genitalia while walking down the road,” the affidavit alleged.
“The truck driver stated that while driving down the road, he saw a male walking south on Perkins with his shorts down to his knees while holding his shirt up,” the affidavit alleged.
‘While looking around the area, I noticed a male walking west on 3rd from Perkins. While talking with William Hopper, I noticed that he was very uneasy and was pacing back and forth,” the Stillwater officer wrote in his affidavit.
“When I asked him what he was doing out so late, he stated that he just got done working out at Body Works gym, then went to Walmart to go buy some protein supplements. He continued to say that he was just on his way home,” the Stillwater officer alleged in his affidavit.
“When I notified him why we stopped to talk to him, he became very nervous…Dispatch notified me that Mr. Hopper was arrested twice before for indecent exposure,” the Stillwater officer alleged in his affidavit.
After another officer brought the truck driver to the scene, “he stated that Mr. Hopper was (the) individual who was exposing himself,” the affidavit alleged.
According to court records, Hopper was charged last fall with two counts of indecent exposure in Stillwater, on June 10 and Sept. 10 of 2017, and released on bail.
Hopper has been ordered to appear in court on those felony charges on June 11, when he can seek a preliminary hearing, court records show.