NORMAN--Oklahoma sophomore wide receiver Trey Metoyer was charged with two felony counts of indecent exposure in Cleveland County, according to a probable cause affidavit filed Tuesday.
According to the affidavit, Metoyer exposed himself to two different women in separate incidents.
On Aug. 29, a woman said she was smoking on a balcony at a Norman apartment complex when she saw a black or Hispanic male back into a parking spot in a Grand Am, expose himself and masturbate while sitting in the car.
The incident happened two days before the Sooners' season opener against Louisiana-Monroe.
According to the affidavit, a woman was walking her dog Sept. 17 when she was approached by a black male who asked if he could borrow a pen. The woman went into her apartment to retrieve a pen and when she came outside, the man was masturbating in front of her apartment.
After the second incident, which occurred in the same apartment complex as the first, detective Derrick Hopkins developed a lead that made him believe Metoyer, referred to in the affidavit by his first name David, was the suspect.
Hopkins presented a photo lineup to the second victim on Oct. 3. She identified Metoyer as the suspect.
When Hopkins visited Metoyer's apartment in the same complex, he saw a Grand Am connected to Metoyer. After taking photos of the vehicle, Hopkins interviewed Metoyer.
Metoyer initially denied, then admitted to both incidents, saying they were “a mistake and he was not thinking clearly at the time,” according to the affidavit.
News of the charges against Metoyer was first reported by SoonerScoop.com, the Rivals network site that covers OU.
Late Tuesday, after the initial report, Sooners coach Bob Stoops announced in a statement that Metoyer had been suspended for the team indefinitely.
“Trey has not been with us since prior to the TCU game and at this time I do not anticipate that he will return to the team in the future.”
Metoyer caught two passes for 18 yards and a touchdown in the season's first four games. He played but did not have a catch against both West Virginia and Notre Dame.
He left the team following the win over Notre Dame.
Metoyer initially signed with Oklahoma in the class of 2011 before academic issues forced him t spend a semester at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia.
The five-star prospect once again signed with Oklahoma in 2012 and had a splash with his performance in the spring game that season.
Metoyer started the first four games of his freshman season before falling out of the lineup. He finished last season with 17 catches for 148 yards and a touchdown.