The school district superintendent arrested for exposing himself at a Kwik Trip gas station may have done the same on 15 more occasions since November.
Waite Park police, investigating allegations against 56-year-old Rocori Schools District superintendent Scott Staska, believe he may have targeted multiple locations over the past several months.
In a Wednesday press release, police say they've linked Staska to the following incidents of indecent exposure from Nov. 17 last year to Mar. 18.
The incidents in Waite Park have been sent to the local city attorney for review ahead of possible charges, with the St. Cloud incidents sent to St. Cloud city attorney.
He was initially arrested after he was reported for exposure at one of the Waite Park Kwik Trips on Sunday, Mar. 18, by staff at the gas station.
He has been the superintendent of Rocori Schools District, covering Cold Spring, Rockville and Richmond, since 2002 and was in the running to take over Moorhead Schools District prior to his arrest.
Staska is on paid administrative leave currently, with the St. Cloud Times reporting Rocori school board members met on Monday to discuss finding an acting superintendent to fill his role.