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Details Released In OU Football Player's Indecent Exposure Charges

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Two women say Oklahoma wide receiver Trey Metoyer approached them at their apartments and masturbated in front of them.

The Cleveland County District Attorney's Office has charged Metoyer with two felony counts of indecent exposure. The first incident occurred August 29 in the 1300 block of Creekside Drive in Norman. A woman said she was on the balcony of her apartment smoking a cigarette when she saw a man driving through the parking lot in a red Pontiac Grand Am.

The woman said the man backed up and pulled into a parking space in front of her. He then began masturbating.

10/15/2013 Related Story: OU's Metoyer Charged With Indecent Exposure

The woman called 911, but the man left before police arrived. Officers searched, but never found him. 

On September 17, a woman was walking her dog in the same area when a man she later identified as Metoyer approached her and asked if he could borrow a pen. The woman left him outside and went into her apartment to get one. When she returned, the man was masturbating in front of her apartment. Once again, the man left before police arrived.

On October 3, a Norman police detective spotted a red Pontiac Grand Am in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the area where the incidents were reported. He learned the vehicle was connected to Metoyer, and believed he was the suspect in both incidents.

The detective went to Metoyer's apartment and questioned him. According to court documents, Metoyer at first denied being involved, but later admitted he'd made "a mistake" and was "not thinking clearly at the time."

OU coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday that Metoyer had been suspended indefinitely.

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