Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski introduces bill to crack down on public lewdness

The bill would charge anyone with an automatic felony if they exposed themselves in front of a child. (1/14/14)

NYACK - Rockland County Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski is calling for a tougher state law that punishes anyone who exposes themselves in front of children.

He introduced a bill in Albany that would create stiffer penalties for public lewdness, a crime which is currently a misdemeanor.

The bill would charge anyone with an automatic felony if they exposed themselves in front of a child. Those charged multiple times would be registered as sex offenders.

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The bill follows the arrest of David Chardon, 22, who allegedly exposed himself in front of little girls on three separate occasions at the Palisades Mall late last year.  

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