Police in West Allis, a city outside Milwaukee, opened a criminal investigation last month when two 14-year-old girls reported that a male driver left a “giant purple dildo” in their path as they walked home one afternoon from a local park. The man was “just sitting there staring at them from his car with the driver’s side window rolled down,” reported Detective Jessica Wink.
On a second occasion in September, a male driver threw a dildo towards a 15-year-old girl who was walking home from a bus stop. The suspect then waited for the victim’s reaction, noted Wink, who added that the girl copied down part of the man’s license plate number.
Last week, a 13-year-old girl told police that she was walking home from school when “a dildo was dropped out of the driver’s side of a vehicle.” The girl subsequently spotted the car nearby and “she walked past her house, because she was scared and didn’t want him to know where she lived.”
After further investigation, police believe the culprit to be the appropriately named Konrad Peters, who they have since taken into custody and charged with exposing children to harmful materials.