Camera Captures Four Delray Beach Performances. Suspect Jailed. Ring Chime Wasn’t “Relax, Don’t Do It…”
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach man allegedly satisfied himself multiple times in front of his neighbor’s Ring doorbell camera. The sessions were captured on video and ultimately turned over to police.
Robert Grafton of Brandon Drive allegedly was the man performing on the Ring video. It’s unclear from prosecutors if he’ll get off.
From the Delray Beach Police report:
“The Ring camera captured the subject four separate times masturbating. In the first video which is captured at 0312 hours, the subject is seen approaching the residence from the north side completely naked. The subject is seen holding his penis in his right hand and performing a stroking motion with the hand as he walks closer to
the residence and appeared to be looking through the front door window. The subject continues the act and then turns around and leaves the property.
The second video shows the subject already standing in front of the residence clothed in a white and blue robe and performing the same stroking motion as he hold his penis in his right hand. Video #3 and #4 shows the subject already on the property and wearing the same white and blue robe and performing the same act of stroking his penis with his right hand.
It should be noted that the homeowner’s wife and two sons live at the residence with him. In fact, (the homeowner’s) seventeen-year-old son’s computer room faces the front of the residence, and the son wakes up late in the night to do work on his computer; however. it is unclear if the son was in the computer room when the subject was doing the act.”
Robert Grafton is now charged with “indecent exposure, expose sexual organs second offense,” and a probation violation. He remains in the Palm Beach County Jail Tuesday afternoon.
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