Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr has suspended junior defensive tackle Larry Harrison from the U-M football team, the university announced in a statement today. Harrison was arraigned today on indecent exposure charges after being arrested at his house early Tuesday morning.
Ann Arbor Police reportedly arrested Harrison, the man they say has been repeatedly exposing himself to women in the area, at 12:30 Tuesday morning according to Detroit television station WXYZ. Harrison had allegedly exposed himself to five women, all of them U-M students.
There have been at least 15 flashing incidents since late summer, and Tuesday’s incident appears to follow the same pattern as Ann Arbor’s serial flasher, WXYZ reported. Over the past several months, the flasher would approach a window of a home with young women inside, then expose himself.
Harrison may face charges later for other indecent exposure activity.
"Larry Harrison has been suspended from the Michigan Football Team," Carr said in his statement. "The charges are very serious and very alarming. I can only hope they are not true."