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June 21, 2018

Police: Convicted sex offender exposed himself to girls in Abington

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Rosenberg Abington Source/Abington Township Police Department

Mitchel A. Rosenberg, 64, of Philadelphia.

Authorities in Abington Township arrested a Philadelphia man and registered sex offender on Tuesday after three teenage girls reported that he exposed himself to them inside a restaurant.

Mitchel A. Rosenberg, 64, was charged with felony and misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, open lewdness and unlawful contact with a minor as a result of Tuesday's allegations, according to court records.

The teens told police they were at a restaurant on Huntingdon Pike on June 12 when Rosenberg allegedly exposed himself to them. Further investigation revealed that Rosenberg exposed himself to the same group of girls in March and attempted to follow them around the Huntingdon Valley Shopping Center.

A Pennsylvania Megan's List public report on Rosenberg shows that he became a registered sex offender after he was convicted of sexual abuse in New York in 1998. The record doesn't indicate whether the victim in that case was a minor.

Investigators also discovered that Rosenberg, who resides on the 3400 block of Ryan Avenue in Philadelphia, exposed himself to a teenage girl at the Neshaminy Mall in 2006.

Rosenberg was released from Montgomery County Prison after posting bail set at $100,000. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on June 26.