Registered sex offender accused of flashing, peeping on 2 Douglas County women

A registered sex offender was arrested in Douglas County after exposing himself to at least two women, authorities said.

Noureldin Abdelnasser Sabra, 31, of Douglasville, faces public indecency and peeping Tom charges after being arrested Wednesday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The woman said she saw Sabra “pulling down his sweat pants in front of her as she walked back to her residence from retrieving her mail” on Jan. 23, the release said. Deputies said they found him nearby, and he was wearing the exact clothing the woman described.

Sabra denied his involvement in this incident, and the sheriff’s office began investigating after discovering he was a registered sex offender. He was convicted of his second or subsequent charge of sexual battery in August 2006, according to GBI Sex Offender Registry records. 

The investigation allegedly found that Sabra had committed similar crimes against another woman shortly after the Jan. 23 incident. Both cases involved “elderly female victims,” and he was charged in connection to both incidents, the release said.

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As of Saturday morning, he remained in the Douglas County Jail without bond. 

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