A Fairfax man was sentenced to 20 days in jail, Monday, for two counts of indecent exposure and one count of peeping. He is Aaron Marcus Dugo, 26, of 4916 McFarland Drive, and he committed these offenses in Centreville and Clifton.
The first incident for which he was charged and convicted occurred Nov. 6, 2004, around 3 a.m., in Centreville's Centre Ridge community. According to Fairfax County police, a 28-year-old woman in the 6100 block of Hoskins Hollow Lane heard knocking at her door and answered it.
The man at the door then asked for someone who did not live there and exposed himself. Following an investigation, police arrested Dugo on April 20, charging him with indecent exposure.
Then on May 10, they arrested him in connection with a July 17, 2004 offense. Police said a 34-year-old woman was inside her home in the 13600 block of Wildflower Lane in Clifton's Little Rocky Run community, around 4 a.m., when she heard several knocks on her window.
She looked toward the noise and saw a man exposing himself. Believing Dugo was this man, police charged him with another count of indecent exposure, plus one count of peeping into an occupied dwelling.
On Monday in General District Court, he was convicted of all charges. For each offense, Judge Thomas Gallihue sentenced him to 360 days in jail, suspending 340 days, and placing him on a year's supervised probation. He then ran the sentences concurrently, leaving Dugo with a total of 20 days to serve.