Reported By Tracee Tolentino, Reporter - bio | email
Carol Ann Bock
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -
Gary Giordano, a man who was the sole suspect in the disappearance of a Maryland woman in Aruba, was arrested last week for indecent exposure after police found him naked with a woman from Tennessee in the back of his parked SUV.
Police in Annapolis, Maryland responded to a parking garage last Friday evening after receiving complaints about possible sexual activity inside a black Cadillac Escalade.
Officers located the vehicle and found Giordano, 51, lying naked in the back of the vehicle with a woman from Springfield, about 30 minutes north of Nashville.
Carol Ann Bock, 45, was also naked and lying next to Giordano on a single mattress covered only by a blanket.
Bock was lying on her side with one of her breasts exposed, the arrest report stated.
Giordano and Bock were ordered to get dressed and exit the vehicle.
They were taken to an Annapolis police station and charged with indecent exposure.
Giordano spent four months in an Aruba jail last year while police tried to build a case against him in the disappearance of Robyn Gardner.
Giordano and Gardner were snorkeling last August off the coast of Aruba when she went missing.
Giordano said he last saw Gardner at around 4:15 p.m., but he did not tell anyone she was missing until 6 p.m., an hour and 45 minutes later.
He later speculated to ABC News that she may have been a victim of a human trafficking crime.