A West Roxbury man who already has one conviction for indecent exposure was arraigned on a new charge yesterday after he allegedly spent some quality time with his privates in his car in full view of the public in Brighton, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports, adding police are looking at his possible involvement in other incidents in Brighton.
Stanislav Englegardt, 24, was arrested by Newton Police after a woman reported spotting him taking care of himself in an Accord on South Street to Boston College Police on Tuesday. According to the DA's office, BC officers spotted the car, then followed it into Newton, where Newton Police stopped it:
In an identification procedure, the South Street woman positively identified the vehicle but was not positive about the operator, Englegardt, who was wearing a purple shirt. During this time, however, BCPD officers learned that Newton PD had just received a call about a suspicious male rubbing his stomach underneath a purple shirt in a black Honda Accord. Also during this time, BPD officers checked Englegardt's record and learned that he had previously been placed on probation for indecent exposure out of Dedham District Court. Based on the totality of circumstances, Englegardt was placed under arrest for the South Street incident.
Prosecutors asked for $10,000 bail and an order that he stay away from BC, wear a GPS monitor and surrender his passport. Judge David Donnelly set bail at the $225 Englegardt posted the night before. He did agree with prosecutors' other requests.
Englegardt was convicted of indecent exposure in Dedham District Court in 2013 after he was arrested for exposing himself to women on a walking trail near the Charles River in Needham. He received a sentence of a year's probation, the DA's office reports.