Concordia University safety director fired after charged with indecency

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Police arrested Timothy Margis, 38, of Homer Glen, at his home Feb. 12. He was charged with misdemeanor public indecency and disorderly conduct, River Forest Police Department Deputy Chief James O'Shea said.

A female employee reported seeing Margis exiting her office while buttoning his pants and fastening his belt two days earlier, according to a police report. After he left, she discovered semen in one of her shoes, O'Shea said.

Upon questioning, Margis admitted to the lewd act, O'Shea said. Margis and the women were never romantically involved, O'Shea said.

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