Encino Real Estate Agent Accused of Exposing Himself at Camarillo Premium Outlets

Michael Greenwald, 60, was booked in connection with a felony charge of indecent exposure after he allegedly flashed a female employee at Last Call Neiman Marcus

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    Camarillo Police Department
    Michael Greenwald, 60, was booked in connection with a felony charge of indecent exposure after he allegedly flashed a female employees at Camarillo Premium Outlets.

    An Encino real estate agent who is accused of exposing himself in a series of incidents at the Camarillo Premium Outlets was arrested Tuesday, the Camarillo Police Department said.

    Michael Greenwald, 60, was booked in connection with a felony charge of indecent exposure after he allegedly flashed a female employee at Last Call Neiman Marcus in the outlet mall on July 8.

    Police said Greenwald, who called himself Simon at the time, asked for help in a dressing room and then exposed his genitals to the employee.

    Investigators later learned the incident at Last Call Neiman Marcus was one of a series of alleged flashings at the mall.

    After police released a photo of Greenwald, alleged victims from Oxnard and Ventura reported similar incidents, authorities said. A law enforcement official who saw the photo told detectives that Simon had been convicted for a similar incident in Los Angeles County.

    Greenwald turned himself in to the police station Tuesday where he was taken into custody and booked into the Ventura County Main Jail on one felony count of indecent exposure.

    As a felony, indecent exposure is punishable by up to three years in jail and a maximum fine of $10,000. If convicted Greenwald will also have to register as a sex offender.

    Officials said the investigation was still ongoing and additional felony charges may be filed.

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