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Indecent exposure charge dropped in case of former U of M professor

The indecent exposure charge that cost a former University of Memphis professor his job has been dropped.

A nolle prosequi ruling has been made in the case of Frank San Pietro, who was accused of exposing himself to a woman in his office. A nolle prosequi ruling means "no longer wish to prosecute."

San Pietro taught as a finance insurance and real estate instructor at the university. 

According to the original police affidavit, a student claimed San Pietro exposed himself to her and began touching himself while they were in his office. Soon after, he apologized and offered the victim $70. 

In response to the accusations, University of Memphis released the following statement:

The University of Memphis takes the safety and security of its students, faculty and staff very seriously. As of Friday, 11/20/15, Mr. San Pietro is no longer employed by the University.

As of August 31, 2016, the indecent exposure charge was dropped.

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