Reports show that Sorsony, 23, first struck on Sept. 14, and after four incidents on the classroom steps — two of which included notes allegedly left by the suspect — cops decided to install security cameras.
Sure enough, the pooper returned and officers released a videotape as well as photos of Sorsony doing his business. Cops received two calls regarding the suspect’s identity, and eventually tracked down Sorsony.
Interviewing him at the Ocala Police Department, Bowman said Sarsony told the detective he was the person seen on the surveillance video and said the reason he defecated in front of the classroom was because of “bad spirits.” Sarsony also stated he “needs help,” Bowman said.
Sorsony is charged with five misdemeanor counts of trespassing on school property.