Lamar CISD on alert after two separate reports of naked man approaching, grabbing female students walking to school 

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ROSENBERG, Texas — Rosenberg police are investigating after students from two different Lamar CISD schools reported being approached by a nude, or partially nude, man while walking to campus, according to a message district officials sent to parents Wednesday.

The incidents happened to students from Terry High School and George Junior High School, administrators confirmed. Police informed the district these two separate incidents occurred Tuesday and Wednesday near the 2000 block of Leonard Avenue and Marilyn Street.

In the case of the George Junior High School student, the child was walking to school when she noticed a naked man standing at the corner. Police said the man followed the girl until she started running, at which point he caught up with her and grabbed the student by the waist. When she started to scream, he let the child go and ran away.

The next day, a Terry High School student was reportedly walking past an alley on Marilyn Street near Brumbelow Street when a man approached her and exposed himself. The teen reported the man was wearing black pants, which were draped around his upper thighs. The man was not wearing a shirt and exposed himself to her. The teen told police she turned into a nearby residence to escape.

According to the district, the police department has increased patrols in the area, especially prior to the beginning of school and after dismissal.

“All Lamar CISD schools want to ensure our schools and the surrounding community are safe places for our students,” officials said in the message.

Parents with questions or concerns are encouraged to call Principal Andree Osagie at (832) 223-3400.

If you have any information on either of these incidents, please contact the Rosenberg Police Department at 832-595-5500, and request to speak with Detective S. Munoz. 

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