Dundee man sentenced on indecency charge
Jordan Brisbin, 29, pleaded guilty to one count of indecent exposure, a Class A misdemeanor. Two counts of attempt to commit a Class B felony and one count of indecent exposure were dismissed as part of a plea agreement negotiated between Brisbin’s defense counsel and the district attorney’s office.
“Since he’d served about five months in jail between this and another case, he was not given additional jail time,” District Attorney Brad Berry said.
Newberg-Dundee police said Brisbin exposed his genitals to 7- and 8-year-old girls who were playing at his house.
According to Oregon law, non-consensual exposure of the genitals in a place where the victim could reasonably expect privacy, such as a home or yard, constitutes the act of “private indecency.”
Brisbin was charged under that statute.
It was his third brush with the law in a matter of months.
Last March, Newberg-Dundee police charged him with second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree kidnapping after he allegedly tried to kidnap a woman and 10-year-old child in Dundee.
While out on bail awaiting disposition of the case, he violated his release agreement, so was returned to jail. The summer incident occurred after he had been freed again.