Man Arrested After Exposing Himself at Palm Bay Water Treatment Plant

Man arrested at water treatment plant in Palm Bay, Florida.
Man arrested at water treatment plant in Palm Bay, Florida.

PALM BAY, Florida – A worker called law enforcement after he spotted a man “ejaculating into a security camera” at the Palm Bay Water Treatment Plant. The employee said the man had something over his face and gave a description after watching the camera.

As officers with the Palm Bay Police Department arrived, they observed a vehicle fleeing the area. The driver matched the description and clothing given by the worker at the plant, according to the affidavit.

The driver, identified as 20-year-old Nicholas Jack Heinzen, appeared to be “visibly nervous” during the traffic stop. Heinzen told officers he just left his residence to get gas in his vehicle, but then thought he left his credit card at home. So he turned onto the road near the water treatment plant.

A few minutes after being questioned by officers, Heinzen admitted to masturbating at the water plant, the report said. He told police that he drove to the location, got out of his vehicle, and pulled down his pants to show himself to the camera.

“He started to ejaculate in front of the camera while wearing a napkin wrapped around his face and a hat. I asked Nicholas why he was ejaculating in front of the camera and he advised that it was something he had been curious about trying,” the officer said.

Heinzen was arrested on a charge of Exposure Sexual Organs and transported to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

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Scott Lee travels between Brevard County and Indian River County and has been writing for various publications for approximately 30 years. Lee also writes for Sebastian Daily covering Vero Beach and Florida news. Currently, he covers Palm Bay, West Melbourne, and the Melbourne area.
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