Jacob Lee Bovia, of the 900 block Vanburen St., also faces two counts of disorderly conduct.
Between Feb.16 and Feb. 22, the police and the college's public safety officers received several complaints of a man who had exposed himself, while in his car, to several women on the college's main campus in Arnold. The women provided police with a description of the car, which police located Friday on a campus parking lot. The man inside the Honda Accord was acting suspiciously, police said, and had fake genitalia in his possession.
After interviewing the suspect, officers learned he had simulated indecent exposure with a display of fake genitalia to women on several occasions on the campus.
Anne Arundel police are also investigating a report of visual surveillance with prurient intent that occurred Sunday evening in the women's restroom at a Glen Burnie restaurant.
A 19-year-old woman employee of the Panera Bread in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway told police a man entered the restroom, placed his hand underneath the stall and shot photos of her with his cellphone camera. The man, described as 6-feet-tall with a thin build, fled the restaurant immediately after the incident.