Arrest made in attempted exposure incident at Klein ISD


HOUSTON – A man has been charged after he was accused of attempting to expose himself to students in the Klein Collins High School parking lot, the school announced Thursday.

Mazen Souheil Brier is charged with two counts of indecent exposure after officers with the Klein ISD Police Department pulled Brier over for a traffic violation and searched his vehicle on Wednesday. During the search, police found more than a pound of marijuana on him as well as drug paraphernalia in Brier's vehicle, according to the press release.

Because those items were found in Brier's vehicle, police searched his home, the release said.

Inside his home, investigators said they found: 

  • Marijuana 137.2 grams
  • Psilocybin Mushrooms 8.7 grams
  • THC coated candy 43.4 grams
  • THC oil 123.5 grams
  • $20,000.00 U. S. Currency

Brier was also charged with three felony narcotics charges, police said.

He is currently being held on a $30,000 bond at the Harris County Jail.

Following the reported incident at the school, students were asked to walk in pairs after school and are reminded not to talk to strangers, Klein ISD said.