High-Fashion Felony Flasher Foiled

High-Fashion Felony Flasher Foiled

Ventura County – The Camarillo Premium Outlets retail center, known for high-end retail fashion goods at bargain prices, may be gaining a reputation as the playground for those practicing the fine art of indecent exposure.

According to Camarillo Police Department spokesman Sgt. John Franchi, one of the shopping center’s anchor tenants known as “Last Call Neiman Marcus” was the July 8th site of a reported incident involving a male patron who lured a female store employee into a dressing room for the purposes of displaying his genitals. Detectives promptly distributed a printed flyer bearing the likeness of a suspect who “had committed similar incidents at other stores” on the same day.

Pursuant to what appeared to be serial behavior on the part of Greenwald, media releases including photographic likenesses of the suspect were disseminated “asking for public help in identifying the suspect”, generating a live local television broadcast from the Camarillo Premium Outlets on the evening of July 11th which garnered an influx of additional victim reports from Ventura, Oxnard, and Santa Monica.

Just four days later, an attorney representing Michael Greenwald, a 60-year-old resident of Encino with a history of misdemeanor indecent exposure that prompted the revocation of his professional real estate license in 2012, contacted Camarillo detectives to make arrangements for Greenwald to turn himself in to authorities. Later that afternoon, on July 15th, Greenwald surrendered to Camarillo Police. He was then transported to Ventura County Jail where he was booked on charges of felony indecent exposure.

Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking

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High-Fashion Felony Flasher Foiled was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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