By | January 15, 2024

Registered Sex Offender Arrested for Exposing Himself to High School Student in Livermore

Livermore, CA – A registered sex offender was apprehended by Livermore police on Thursday after allegedly exposing himself to a student at Granada High School. The incident took place on school grounds, causing alarm among students and faculty.

According to authorities, the police received a report of an adult trespassing near the school’s football field at around noon. Upon the arrival of a school resource officer, the suspect fled the campus, evading capture momentarily.

However, other officers managed to locate the individual, identified as 39-year-old George Michael Tomlin from Livermore, in the creek area behind the school. A records check confirmed that Tomlin is a registered sex offender.

Preliminary investigations indicate that Tomlin engaged in a “lewd act” on school grounds and allegedly exposed himself to a female student. The police shared this information on social media, urging anyone with additional information to come forward.

Fortunately, authorities have stated that there is no evidence to suggest that Tomlin made any physical contact with students. During his arrest, drugs and drug paraphernalia were found in his possession.

Tomlin was taken into custody without incident and transported to Santa Rita Jail. He has been booked on charges of unlawful entry onto school grounds by a registered sex offender, indecent exposure, and drug possession.

In an effort to gather more information about the case, the Livermore Police Department has established an anonymous tip line. Individuals with relevant details are encouraged to call 925-371-4790.

It is essential to ensure the safety and well-being of students within educational institutions. The arrest of George Michael Tomlin serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining a secure learning environment. The authorities are working diligently to address the incident and provide support to the affected student and the school community.

By Tony Hicks / Bay City News.

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