Brooklyn man exposes himself to woman at the Monmouth Mall
Editor's Note: The charge which is the subject of this article was dismissed. On August 19, 2021, by order of Judge Jill G. O'Malley of the Superior Court of New Jersey for Monmouth County, the case was expunged. Judge O'Malley declared that the case "shall be deemed not to have occurred."
The suspect, 63, was arrested and charged with a fourth-degree crime of lewdness stemming from the incident that occurred at the Monmouth Mall on December 30, 2018.
Police say it was during that incident that he allegedly exposed himself to the woman in the parking lot.
An adult female unknown to the male suspect, confronted him after he exposed himself and she was able to take a photograph of him with her cell phone before he fled the area.
Several bystanders were also in the area and called 9-1-1, but the male suspect was unable to be located that day.
A follow-up investigation was conducted by members of the Eatontown Police Department resulted in the identification of the male suspect who turned himself in Tuesday accompanied by his attorney.
He was later released on a complaint summons pending review by the Monmouth County Superior Court.
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