A man has been charged with sending explicit photos of himself to two teenage girls using the photo-sharing app Snapchat.
A charge of indecent exposure, a class A misdemeanor, was filed against Bobby Rae Vondall on Friday. He had not been arrested as of Monday afternoon.
Vondall is accused of sending photos of his genitals to a 17-year-old girl in July and to a 14-year-old girl in August, according to an affidavit of probable cause filed in Northwest District Court. The Williams County Sheriff’s Office was told about the incidents in September by the school that both girls attended.
School staff told a deputy that Vondall, who worked for the district, had sent lewd photos to two girls, charging documents indicate. The district is not identified in court filings and it is not clear what position he held.
The 17-year-old girl told investigators that around the end of July, Vondall had sent her a photo of his genitals through Snapchat, court records state. The girl said that after he’d sent the photo, he sent her a message saying “So sorry. I was drunk.”
The 14-year-old girl told police that Vondall had sent her a lewd photo in late August, investigators wrote in the probable cause affidavit. She told them that she’d sent him a message telling him to stop and he replied, “I’m sorry. I was drunk.”
When Vondall was interviewed by police, he said it was possible that he’d sent the images, according to charging documents.
“Mr. Vondall then specifically informed (the investigator) that he did send one or more images to (the 14-year-old girl) and stated that it was a ‘bad decision,’” police wrote in the affidavit of probable cause.
Future court dates for Vondall have not been scheduled in the case.