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Former Houston Police Officer Gets Probation for Exposing Himself to 2 Women in Humble

HOUSTON – A former Houston police officer who exposed himself to two women in Humble avoided prison time after reaching a plea deal.

William Logan McCoy pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure. He had also been charged with felony indecency with a child, but the charge was dismissed.

The incidents occurred in August 2023. According to court documents, a man approached a woman’s vehicle in the parking lot of a store off US 59 in Humble on August 24. Documents say the man exposed himself to the woman before walking back to her vehicle and exiting her.

A similar incident occurred in the parking lot of a business at Deerbrook Mall on August 25. Documents said the second incident occurred very close to where the first occurred.

The woman said she was standing near the open passenger side door letting her dog use the bathroom when a white or silver Honda car approached. She said she heard a male voice inside the vehicle asking her if she was having car trouble. The woman approached the vehicle and knelt at the man’s eye level to respond. When she did this, she noticed that the man’s pants were down and his private parts were exposed. She also noticed that there was a small child in a car seat in the back seat. It is estimated that the child was about 18 months old. After a few seconds, the man left.

The humble police saw the security camera footage of the incident and were able to match the license plate number with the one given to them by one of the victims. Police determined the vehicle belonged to McCoy and compared McCoy’s driver’s license photo to the description given by the suspect’s victims.

Detectives were able to speak with McCoy by phone, who admitted that both incidents occurred. McCoy also admitted that his 2-year-old son was in the back seat of his vehicle during one of the incidents. McCoy said the incidents occurred during his days off.

As part of the agreement, McCoy was sentenced to two years of probation and also surrendered his TCOLE license, meaning he cannot be a law enforcement officer in the State of Texas.

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