TUOLUMNE COUNTY (CBS13) — The Sheriff’s Department have released new information about the man shot at Deadman Campground last week.

Timothy Edward Smith, who deputies say was shot after entering a tent at the campground and getting on top of a woman, was arrested exactly two years ago for an “eerily similar” crime.

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In a press release Wednesday, the Sheriff’s department said their investigation revealed Smith was arrested and charged in San Mateo County with indecent exposure, annoying or molesting a child, and attempted kidnapping.

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In the incident, Smith had attempted to enter a tent with children inside and engaged in a confrontation with the parents.

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He was later arrested and pled guilty to a charge of engaging in lewd conduct in public.

On July 11, Smith reportedly went into a couple’s tent in the Stanislaus National Forest while they were sleeping. Authorities said the woman then woke up to Smith on top of her.

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Her yelling soon woke up her boyfriend and a confrontation ensued. At some point during the struggle, the Smith was shot. He died at the scene, authorities say.

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There have been no arrests at this time. The completed case will be forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for review at the conclusion of this investigation.