Wesley Heights Elementary security officials initiated a stakeout Tuesday after surveillance footage repeatedly caught a 29-year-old man hanging used condoms on the school's door, according to court testimony.
Tarence Wilson faced four counts of public indecency, four counts of littering, four counts of criminal trespass and four counts of loitering on school property during a Thursday morning Recorder's Court hearing.
School security reviewed surveillance tapes Tuesday after employees repeatedly found used condoms on the Amber Drive school's doors. The used condoms were first discovered Saturday, an officer told the court.
Police say the tapes show Wilson nightly climbing over a fence into the school's courtyard, usually between 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Wilson is accused of then stripping and masturbating before hanging up the used condoms.
When officers arrived to back up school security Tuesday, they found Wilson hiding behind a bush with his boxer shorts around his ankles. Wilson later told an officer he committed the acts at the school because he was "uncomfortable masturbating in his home" and wanted a place where he could "be alone."
Judge Michael Joyner set Wilson's bond at $4,000.