RALEIGH — A Wake Forest teen was arrested by police this week for allegedly grabbing women and exposing himself to them in multiple incidents along the Upper Neuse Greenway.
Brett Edward Gunter Hill, 17, 2525 Trifle Lane, was arrested on a warrant by Raleigh Police Officer J. Burke at the Raleigh Police Department on Atlantic Avenue Monday at 1 a.m.
He is charged with four misdemeanors, assault and battery, indecent exposure and two counts of sexual battery.
The sexual battery charge relates to a March 9 incident in which the suspect slapped the victim’s buttocks, Raleigh Police spokesman Jim Sughrue said in an e-mail.
The indecent exposure charge is for a May 12 incident in which the suspect exposed himself to the victim; sexual battery for a June 5 incident in which the suspect tried to pull down the victim’s shorts; and assault and battery for a June 11 incident in which the suspect pulled the victim to the ground, according to Sughrue.
All of the incidents occurred along or directly adjacent to greenways. The specific locations were not cited, however, this newspaper previously reported one assault near Bedfordtown Drive, in Falls, and another off Thornton Road, east of Capital Boulevard.
Hill is a student at Wake Forest High School, according to the police report.