Man who exposed himself to Kamiak students found guilty

By Nicholas Johnson | Mar 15, 2017

A Langley man arrested in Mukilteo in December has been found guilty after exposing himself to four separate times to Kamiak High School girls walking home from school.

Chase Everett Collins, 21, pleaded guilty to two of four indecent exposure charges Feb. 15 in Snohomish County District Court. The other two charges were dismissed without prejudice.

Collins was placed on probation and ordered to have a psycho-sexual evaluation within 45 days. He was also ordered to pay $857.46 in fines and received 20 days in jail.

Collins was also ordered to have no contact with Kamiak High School.

Mukilteo police arrested Collins on Dec. 8 after investigating several incidents in which Collins allegedly drove up next to girls walking home from school in the Harbour Pointe area and asked for directions. In each case, Collins exposed himself to the girls before driving away, according to court documents.

Two incidents occurred at the Baycourt Apartments in the 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road. Two others occurred near Kamiak – in the 10200 block of 62nd Place W and in the 5800 block of Central Drive.

Collins had been arrested for a similar incident several months prior in Lynnwood.

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