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UPDATE: Man Charged for Indecent Exposure Faces Additional Charge of Rape

UPDATE: Man Charged for Indecent Exposure Faces Additional Charge of Rape

Bill Stephens

June 28th, 2016

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UPDATED:

A man charged for indecent exposure in Henderson now faces an additional charge of rape.

According to Henderson Police, 29-year old Alan McBride, who originally stated he was from Louisville but later admitted to police he resided in Waverly, tried to rape a woman inside her home. Police say McBride three the woman to the floor and ripped her clothing off. The victim reportedly told police she was able to fight McBride off and he fled from her home.

Authorities say McBride knew the victim prior to the attack.

Police report McBride also damaged numerous items within the victim’s home prior to leaving.

McBride was additionally charged with first degree attempted rape and first degree criminal mischief.

According to police, McBride was seen naked at a Henderson intersection following the alleged rape. Refer to original story for details.

ORIGINAL STORY:

A Louisville man was arrested Monday afternoon after authorities say he was standing naked at an intersection in Henderson.

According to Henderson Police, an officer was dispatched to the call around 5:10 p.m. Monday of a naked male standing at the intersection of 5th and North Green Streets, but when the man saw the officer he pulled up his boxer shorts and fled the scene. Police say the foot pursuit ended in the alley between 3rd and 4th Streets.

When the officer tried to arrest the man identified as 29 year old Alan McBride, of Louisville, police indicate he resisted arrest. They say McBride was jittery and wasn’t making any sense when he talked. At the emergency room at Methodist Hospital, police say the Louisville man to the emergency room at Methodist Hospital where they say he began yelling and cursing.

After being medically cleared, McBride was booked into the Henderson County Detention Center for first degree indecent exposure, public intoxication – controlled substance (excluding alcohol), second degree fleeing/evading police on foot, resisting arrest, third degree criminal trespassing, and second degree disorderly conduct.

Alan McBride

(Image: Henderson Co. Detention Center)

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