Press release from Humboldt State University:
Michael Wayne Hargrove, a Humboldt State University student on interim suspension, was arrested on Sunday, Oct. 30 on suspicion of indecent exposure, California Penal Code 314.1.
According to witnesses, Hargrove exposed himself to two students in the campus’s science complex. Hargrove was immediately arrested by University Police and transported to the Humboldt County jail, where he remains in custody. He has been arraigned and has his next court date on Nov. 14. Unless he posts bond, he will remain in custody until then. If he posts bond, UPD will be notified immediately upon his release. Additionally, campus police are seeking a stay-away order to restrict Hargrove from HSU permanently.
In the meantime, Hargrove has been ordered to stay off campus, and he will be arrested if he returns. UPD will put out a flier asking the campus community to notify UPD if he is spotted on or around campus.
Anyone with information about this or similar incidents should contact University Police at (707) 826-5555. Such information will help UPD to build a better case and have a better understanding of what Hargrove was doing before this incident.