ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — The man once considered a person of interest in the disappearance of a Maryland woman in Aruba is once again the target of a police investigation. Gary Giordano was arrested in Annapolis Tuesday.
Meghan McCorkell has more on the charges against him.
Giordano and a female companion were charged with indecent exposure after police say they were both found naked inside a car in a parking garage.
Just steps from busy Main Street Annapolis, police arrested Gary Giordano and Carol Ann Bock. The two were found in the back of Giordano’s SUV with no clothes on.
“He was in the most busiest part of the garage where everyone could see,” said parking attendant Frank Koubic.
Several people complained of a sex act going on inside a car in the garage. Koubic went to investigate.
“I could tell that there was two people in the car doing something they shouldn’t. I saw enough skin to know it wasn’t kosher,” Koubic said.
He called police when he saw the two cuddling on top of a mattress in the car.
When officers approached the SUV, they say they looked in the back seat and could see Giordano and Bock naked.
“It brings up a lot of memories, a lot of emotions. It definitely does,” said Richard Forester.
For Forester, the arrest is a painful reminder. His girlfriend Robyn Gardner vanished in Aruba on a trip with Giordano in August. Police held Giordano for four months as they investigated Gardner’s disappearance. He was eventually released with no charges filed against him. Hope for answers about what happened to Gardner are fading as the months go by with still no word.
Gary Giordano has refused to comment on these latest charges against him. He is expected in court in August.
The FBI is still actively investigating the disappearance of Robyn Gardner.