Full Details of Trey Metoyer’s Felony Indecent Exposure Charges


November 17, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Trey Metoyer (17) catches a pass on the field before playing the West Virginia Mountaineers at Milan Puskar Stadium . Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The Trey Metoyer indecent exposure case is stranger than originally thought. The former Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver has been charged with two felony counts of indecent exposure on two different women. What seemed at first to possibly be a juvenile mistake has turned out to be what might be a very disturbing situation for a troubled young man.

According to police reports, two days before the Oklahoma Sooners played Louisiana-Monroe in the home opener, a woman called in a police complaint about a man sitting in his car while masturbating. Less than one month later, a different woman was walking her dog and a man asked to borrow a pen. She went into her home and came back out with a pen to find him masturbating in front of her apartment.

The two incidents happened in the same apartment complex and a detective learned that Trey Metoyer might be the suspect. The second woman was presented with a police lineup and pointed out that Metoyer was the man who approached her. When the police went to talk to Metoyer, they saw his car matched the description given by the first woman and questioned him.

After denying all charges at first, Metoyer finally admitted to everything and said he was “not thinking clearly at the time.”

Considering the fact that the first incident was on Aug. 29 and the second was on Sept. 17, that is 20 days of “not thinking clearly.” The news of his arrest spread thanks to SoonerScoop.com, and while police originally denied there were charges against the Sooners’ football player, the arrest reports prove there was.

Metoyer went to court on Oct. 16 and plead not guilty despite his prior admissions to the police.

Head coach Bob Stoops suspended Metoyer indefinitely from the team and indicated he would likely not return. He has been gone since before the TCU game, according to Coach Stoops.

Trey Metoyer was the first ever five-star wide receiver recruit for the Oklahoma Sooners but never played up to the level that the Sooners expected in one-plus seasons with the team.