Chicago Police News Affairs
Eugene Himelstein, 51, of the 4700 block of North Racine Avenue in the city’s Sheridan Park neighborhood, is charged with two counts of felony public indecency for the September incidents, police said.
A Chicago man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly exposed himself while driving next to a school bus on the Eisenhower Expressway.
Eugene Himelstein, 51, of the 4700 block of North Racine Avenue in the city’s Sheridan Park neighborhood, was charged with two counts of felony public indecency for the September incidents where he exposed himself to children on a school bus, police said.
According to the Chicago Tribune, one of the students, who are from the Garfield Park neighborhood, told the bus driver and a social worker about an incident on Sept. 6, and it was reported to police when they got to the school.
In a second incident, Himelstein was allegedly driving down the Eisenhower Expressway near Damen Avenue next to a school bus on Sept. 10 when he exposed himself, according to Chicago Police News Affairs.
During the second incident on Sept. 10, someone reportedly wrote down the license plates of the van Himelstein was driving in and gave police a physical description.
Himelstein is expected to appear in bond court Sunday.