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serial flasher is a michigan DT

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by biobuck, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. maybe he was just confused and thought he was running in that gay ass naked mile run they do up there....
  2. JohnnyCockfight

    JohnnyCockfight Beer is God's proof that he loves us.

    This is a great story and I really hope it's true. It couldn't happen to a more deserving program.
  3. martinss01

    martinss01 blissfully stupid

    talk about insult to injury! must have been a really cold day... :lol:
  4. methomps

    methomps an imbecility, a stupidity without name

    anyone else having trouble seeing the 1st page of responses in this thread?
  5. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

  6. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ

    Yeah I am. It doesn't work very well in Firefox for some reason.
  7. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Leisure Suit Larry is a video game where a guy names Larry goes around flashing people.
  8. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%"> <tbody><tr><td colspan="2">December 7, 2004
    Harrison Suspended from Football Team <hr noshade="noshade" size="1" width="100%"> </td></tr><tr><td>Chris Balas Senior Editor </td> <td align="right" nowrap="nowrap"> [​IMG] [​IMG] </td> </tr></tbody> </table>
    Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr has suspended junior defensive tackle Larry Harrison from the U-M football team, the university announced in a statement today. Harrison was arraigned today on indecent exposure charges after being arrested at his house early Tuesday morning.

    <table align="left" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="256"> <tbody><tr> <td>[​IMG]
    </td> <td width="6">[​IMG]</td></tr></tbody></table>Ann Arbor Police reportedly arrested Harrison, the man they say has been repeatedly exposing himself to women in the area, at 12:30 Tuesday morning according to Detroit television station WXYZ. Harrison had allegedly exposed himself to five women, all of them U-M students.

    There have been at least 15 flashing incidents since late summer, and Tuesday’s incident appears to follow the same pattern as Ann Arbor’s serial flasher, WXYZ reported. Over the past several months, the flasher would approach a window of a home with young women inside, then expose himself.

    Harrison may face charges later for other indecent exposure activity.

    "Larry Harrison has been suspended from the Michigan Football Team," Carr said in his statement. "The charges are very serious and very alarming. I can only hope they are not true."
  9. anyone remember how in the Lantern it seems like atleast once a week in the PoliceBeat section there would be a paragraph about some weirdo flashing people while standing in the window of the main library or something....

    then once my gf was walking down high street and some guy pulled up to her in a car and asked for directios and when she looked at him, he was wearing nothing below the belt and was flogging the dolphin...
  10. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    If I remember right it used to be a man of Pakistani decent masturbating in the stacks. Sounds like Tibor to me.
  11. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    Apparently frustrated by the season ending loss to Ohio State, Harrison decided to BEAT something, and took matters into his OWN HANDS.

    LLLoyd Carr, despite hoping the story isn't true, has taken the JERK OFF the team.

    So for New Year's, the only thing ROSY for Harrison will be his palm.

    U-M bars Harrison in indecent-exposure case <!-- endheadline -->

    <!-- pubdate -->December 8, 2004<!-- enddate -->

    <!-- byline -->BY MARYANNE GEORGE<!-- endbyline -->
    [font=helvetica,arial]<!-- affiliation -->FREE PRESS ANN ARBOR BUREAU<!-- endaffiliation -->[/font]

    Michigan defensive lineman Larry Harrison Jr. was suspended from the team after he was arraigned Tuesday in Ann Arbor on one count of indecent exposure. Harrison, a redshirt sophomore from Detroit King, allegedly masturbated on the porch of a house occupied by several women near the U-M campus shortly after midnight.

    Harrison, a suspect in 14 other cases of indecent exposure in campus neighborhoods since August, was caught in the act by a police officer who was part of a surveillance team, said Ann Arbor police Lt. Chris Heatley.

    Harrison was observed by police at the home in the 700 block of South Division Street and was arrested without incident. Harrison is also a suspect in a similar incident that occurred about 8:30 p.m. Monday on Minerva Street, near the U-M campus.

    "The charges are very serious and very alarming," coach Lloyd Carr said in a statement as the school suspended Harrison from the Jan. 1 Rose Bowl. "I can only hope they are not true."

    Harrison started six of 11 games at defensive end. He ranks 12th on the team in tackles with 24.

    Police gave this account of the events leading up to his arrest:

    Harrison's vehicle had been spotted in the area of another incident before Monday night. When it was spotted again about midnight in the area of South Division, police began following him. Surveillance teams have been working campus neighborhoods since August in an effort to apprehend a suspect.

    The description of the suspect matched Harrison in several of the cases. In some of the incidents, the suspect covered his face. Harrison had been identified as a suspect before his arrest early Tuesday.

    Police studied the U-M schedule and noticed the incidents stopped when Harrison was playing in out-of-town games. Heatley declined to give details of how Harrison, 6-feet-3, 313 pounds, was identified as a suspect.

    Harrison, 20, appeared in 15th District Court wearing handcuffs, a yellow jersey and low-slung blue jeans without a belt. His attorney, Joe Simon, and his father, Larry Harrison, pulled Harrison's pants up to his waist several times during the arraignment.

    Harrison stood mute on the charge. He faces up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine, and would be required to provide a DNA sample if convicted.

    Magistrate Michael Gatti ordered a television camera removed from the courtroom. Ann Arbor police and Simon asked that the camera be turned off because Harrison's picture is expected to be placed in a lineup in the other cases.

    Ann Arbor police detective Chris Fitzpatrick asked Gatti to issue a $100,000 bond because "Mr. Harrison is a threat to the Ann Arbor community." Fitzpatrick argued that if he were convicted in the other cases, Harrison could be charged as a sexually delinquent person, a felony with penalties from one day to life in prison.

    But Gatti set bond at $500 and ordered Harrison to remain in the custody of his father, who agreed to monitor his son's activities. Harrison also was ordered to avoid alcohol and drugs and not to engage in incidents of indecent exposure. His parents declined to comment, and his mother threw a coat over her son's head as he left the courtroom.

    Harrison posted the bond and was released to his parents, police said. He is scheduled for a Jan. 21 pretrial conference.

    Harrison is the second U-M player in a little more than a week to have a run-in with the law.

    Offensive lineman Adam Stenavich was arrested Nov. 27 in his hometown of Marshfield, Wis., and accused of disorderly conduct. Charges are still pending. Carr has yet to determine if and how he would discipline Stenavich, an All-Big Ten player.

    With Harrison suspended from the Rose Bowl game against Texas, sophomore Rondell Biggs is a likely candidate to replace him in the starting lineup. Biggs started ahead of Harrison at left end in the first game of the season.

    The only other player who made a start at left end this season, sophomore Jeremy Van Alstyne, might not be available for the Rose Bowl because of an undisclosed injury he suffered in the regular-season finale at Ohio State. Freshman Alan Branch also might play more in the bowl.
  12. crazybuckeye

    crazybuckeye Sophmore

    That program is out of control.
  13. horseshoe1

    horseshoe1 Newbie

    I am not surprised, but I always figured it would be Bret Blow Job doing it on the mens poarch.
  14. BuckeyeInTheBoro

    BuckeyeInTheBoro This space left intentionally blank

    Maybe he was just doing his "How to be gay 101" homework or something. :wink2:
  15. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    Coverage from, buried within another article. I like how the phrase "observed Mr. Larry Harrison Jr. ... outside the house" leaves out the word masturbating. I guess ESPN is taking a 'HANDS OFF' approach, even though the guy was caught "RED-HANDED", sort off. I'm sure if this was somebody at tOSU we'd get the same consideration!

    A Michigan Wolverines football player has been charged with indecent exposure.

    Junior defensive tackle Larry Harrison Jr. was arrested early Tuesday in Ann Arbor, Mich. Witnesses said police picked up Harrison at a house where he allegedly exposed himself to five female Michigan students.

    "About 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, undercover police officers observed Mr. Larry Harrison Jr. ... outside the house of some females in the 700 block of South Division," near the Michigan campus, Lt. Chris Heatley of the Ann Arbor police department told the Detroit News.

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