A Prescott man, Dustin Luckenbill, is in custody for allegedly exposing himself to female hikers. is latest case of exposure occurred on August 13, 2020, around 4:30 p.m., at the Constellation Trailhead Parking lot off Highway 89 near the Phippen Museum, in Prescott.
According to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, the 24-year-old victim told deputies she was hiking back to her car when a man walked out from the bushes on to the trail without cloths on. The suspect was nude except for socks, shoes and a backpack he was wearing. His genitalia was completely exposed and he made no effort to cover himself in her presence. The suspect told her he was ‘sorry’ and as she walked away, he said she was ‘sexy.’
Concerned for her safety, the victim quickly walked back to her car while calling the Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies found Luckenbill on Constellation Trail sitting on some rocks. He was wearing green shorts, and no shirt. He admitted exposing himself to the female hiker adding that he likes to walk around naked for tanning and claimed he tried to ‘cover up.’
While still on scene, another YCSO deputy arrived and informed the arresting deputy he had been looking for Luckenbill due to an indecent exposure incident in June on the Constellation Trail. In that case, and woman and her mother reported a man jumping out from trees completely naked then following them along the trail. They quickly returned to the parking lot and obtained a license plate from the only other vehicle in the parking lot. A record checked indicated Luckenbill owned the vehicle. Attempts to locate him at various addresses and by phone over the next few weeks were unsuccessful. During a follow-up interview, Luckenbill also admitted to the incident in June.
Luckenbill was booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center on 2 counts of misdemeanor Indecent Exposure.