Police catch burglar masturbating in home he unlawfully entered (Video)

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Police patrolling the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus have charged a man with burglary and sexual assault this week, after catching him masturbating inside the home he unlawfully entered belonging to two women.

Campus police on bikes, known as the Columbus Police Walkie Crew, were called to the two female students’ home around 11 p.m. Monday night with reports of an intruder attempting to sexually assault the two women in their home.

A dispatch operator asked one of them if she knew the man, to which she replied, “No, I don’t know him at all.”

Police entered the home to find the perpetrator, later identified as Calvin Bishop Lynn, lying on a sofa with his shirt pulled up and his pants at his ankles. The moment was captured by one of the officer’s body cameras, which tracked the cops’ reaction as they discovered Lynn masturbating and secured the rest of the house.

Some of the officers looked around the house, while others shouted to Lynn to “get down on the ground.”

As they handcuffed him, one of the officers informed Lynn: “You’re in somebody else’s house.”

One officer said to his colleague: “I’ve got him on video masturbating. He’s been there for about 10 minutes.”

Police identified Lynn as a resident of Lexington, Kentucky, three hours away.

Dragging him to his feet one policeman said: “Calvin, we’re going to get you up and get your pants back on.”

According to local TV channel NBC4, he was charged with burglary and “public indecency engaging in a sex act,” and the two women escaped unharmed.

Commander Jennifer Knight said the Campus Walkie Crew, made up of 12 uniformed officers and a sergeant on bikes, is “a very effective tool for ensuring the safety of students and managing criminal activity.”

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