A 25-year-old Rosenberg man who exposed himself to school children in 2018 has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Saveion Deontea Mahood pleaded guilty on May 20 to two counts of indecency with a child-exposure during a hearing in the 434th district Court.
Each count is a third-degree offense punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Mahood could have been sentenced to 20 years in prison if convicted of both offenses. However, District Judge Christian Becerra accepted a plea bargain agreement between the state and Mahood.
The agreement apparently called for Mahood to admit guilt in both cases in exchange for a reduced sentences to run concurrently.
Mahood received 1,258 days of credit for time served in jail while awaiting trial on one of the cases — roughly three and a half years, which means Mahood will only spend about two and a half years in prison unless released early for other reasons.
He also received 1,099 days of credit for time served on the second case.The two sentences will run concurrent, meaning at the same time.
Mahood is accused of exposing himself to school children April 30 and May 18.
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Rosenberg police said two girls told authorities that a man had exposed himself to them on separate encounters on Leonard Street.
One of the girls said she was walking to George Junior High School when she observed a nude, tall, light-complexioned black man standing at the corner of Marilyn and Leonard streets.
She said the man started to follow her down Leonard Street. She said she began to run, but he was able to catch up to her and grab her by the waist.
She said she then began to scream, which caused him to flee the area.
The second girl told officers she was walking past an alley when a black man with short hair approached her and exposed himself.
Mahood was 22 when he committed the offenses.
Mahood was also indicted on a felony charge of indecency with a child by contact, but that charge was dismissed.