A Montevideo man who was suspected last summer of six incidents of drive-by stalking and indecent exposure incidents involving women has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation.

A Montevideo man who was suspected last summer of six incidents of drive-by stalking and indecent exposure incidents involving women has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation.

 

Nicholas Brandon Citrowske, 27, was identified by several witnesses from a photo lineup.

 

Citrowske was stopped twice by Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department officers in one day last summer for allegedly attempting to solicit a child to engage in sexual conduct, as well as indecent exposure in the presence of a minor and indecent exposure in a public place.

 

The incidents occurred near the Montevideo High School tennis courts and the Coborn’s store.

 

Last summer, Citrowske pleaded guilty to three indecent exposure gross misdemeanor charges. The rest of the charges were dismissed at last week’s sentencing. He was originally charged with six felony gross misdemeanor and misdemeanor courts.

 

Two 14-year-old girls reported to local law enforcement that a man without pants on had driven up to them, asked if they wanted a ride, and told them to get in his vehicle. The girls said they ran away through a ditch so the man could not follow them.


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