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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

After being accused of filming police officer urinating, man charged with sexual assault in locker room

Aloysius Marcus Albritton was charged with two counts of creating unlawful images of another, object sexual penetration by force and aggravated sexual battery. The charges stem from two incidents that allegedly happened in March and June. (Courtesy of the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office)

VIRGINIA BEACH — A month after he was accused of filming a Virginia Beach police officer urinating in a Wawa bathroom, a 37-year-old man was also charged with documenting himself sexually assaulting a man in a locker room.

Aloysius Marcus Albritton was charged with two counts of creating unlawful images of another, object sexual penetration by force and aggravated sexual battery. The charges stem from two incidents that allegedly happened in March and June, according to documents filed in Virginia Beach Circuit court.

Albritton is accused of following a Virginia Beach Police Department officer into a gas station bathroom on March 22 and filming him using the urinal, according to court documents.

The officer reported that he was wearing a green traffic vest with the word “police” on it when he entered the Wawa bathroom, located at 5701 Northhampton Blvd. He said that Albritton came into the same bathroom, stood to his left at the urinal, lifted an iPhone 6 over the stall wall and aimed the lens at the officer, court documents allege.

When both men left the bathroom, the officer asked Albritton why he was filming him and if he could see the video. Albritton gave him the phone, and the police officer saw a video of himself urinating, court document state.

Albritton was arrested on May 7, but released on bail. About a month after his arrest, he allegedly attacked a man who was in the locker room at Williams Farm Recreation Center, located at 5252 Learning Circle in Virginia Beach, according to court documents.

The alleged attack happened on June 3 when the man was in the locker room. The man reported that Albritton approached him and sexually assaulted him in the locker room, according to court documents.

During the alleged sexual assault, Albritton is accused of using a phone to take pictures or videos of the man. The VBPD came to the recreation center after the attack and arrested him, according to court documents.

They also searched Albritton and found a black and silver iPhone, a white iPhone and five thumb drives, court documents state.

Albritton was granted a $50,000 secured bond on June 30. He is currently on house arrest at a home in the 200 block of St. Paul Street, courts spokeswoman Macie Allen wrote in an email.

Albritton is not allowed to use social media or a cellphone or to leave the house without a chaperone for pre-approved outings.

Albritton was let out of jail on bail and is scheduled to appear in Virginia Beach General District Court on Nov. 3 for preliminary hearings concerning all of the charges.

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