Va. man accused of sexually assaulting 7-Eleven clerk in store, exposing himself to woman

Jeffrey Clarence Johnson (Fredericksburg Police)

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (WJLA) - A Virginia man was charged for allegedly sexually assaulting a 7-Eleven clerk inside of a store, and exposing himself to a woman as she walked into work during another incident in Fredericksburg.

Jeffrey Clarence Johnson, 50, was arrested on March 9 on felony charges of abduction with intent to defile, armed burglary, forcible sodomy, and wearing a mask in public and two misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure, according to Fredericksburg Police.

On Jan. 10, 2017, Johnson walked into a 7-Eleven store and followed a clerk to a back office. Police say he threatened the employee with a weapon and allegedly sexually assaulted her. The incident occurred at 340 Amaret Street.

Investigators say the clerk reported that in December 2016, Johnson walked into the store and exposed himself to her.

According to police, a woman said she parked her car and prepared to walk into work, when Johnson followed her inside and exposed himself to her.

Police say he ran away after the incident which took place on December 2017 in the 300 block of Hanson Avenue.

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