LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ/WHAS) – The son of a man who killed eight coworkers in 1989 has been accused of exposing himself to students at the University of Louisville, according to television station WHAS.
The station reports 52-year-old James Wesbecker has been banned from the campus since 1995 because of indecent exposure, but recently returned and committed the same crime.
According to the station, on January 13, Wesbecker exposed his genitals to a female student while inside a teal blue minivan then returned to the university three days later and tried to persuade another female student to enter that same van.
WHAS reports those students reported the incidents to the police and identified Wesbecker as the suspect.
The station reports that Wesbecker had been arrested for the same types of crimes “many times over the years.”
They report James Wesbecker is the son of Joseph Wesbecker, the man who killed eight of his coworkers at the former Louisville printing company, Standard Gravure. He then killed himself. It is still the deadliest mass shooting in Kentucky’s history.