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Framingham State Police Officer Accused Of Exposing Himself To Student

FRAMINGHAM (CBS) - A Framingham State University police officer is free on $500 bail after he was arraigned Tuesday in connection with an incident with a student last weekend.

Wilter Dormevil, 28, pleaded not guilty to charges of open and gross lewdness, wanton and lascivious conduct, and witness intimidation in Framingham District Court.

A student who works at the campus police department claims Dormevil exposed himself to her and took it further while the two were at the police station Saturday afternoon.

She told police he apologized and said, "forget that ever happened." FSU police were notified and Dormevil was immediately place on leave and then fired. He's is also banned from campus.

As reporters swarmed him outside court Tuesday, Dormevil didn't answer questions, only saying, "innocent until proven guilty."

He's due back in court next month.

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