David Aronov, of Lynbrook, charged with exposing himself to Valley Stream Central High School student

A Lynbrook man is facing public lewdness charges for allegedly exposing himself to a student at Valley Stream Central High School. Police say David Aronov,

One student may have helped police catch the suspect after taking a picture of his vehicle.

One student may have helped police catch the suspect after taking a picture of his vehicle. (1/17/14)

VALLEY STREAM - A Lynbrook man is facing public lewdness charges for allegedly exposing himself to a student at Valley Stream Central High School.

Police say David Aronov, 21, exposed himself to a teenage girl while performing a sex act in front of the school in his Nissan Maxima.

Officials say the teen who witnessed the lewd act snapped a photo of the suspect’s license plate, which helped police track down Aronov.

Aronov is facing two counts of public lewdness. He will be arraigned Saturday morning in Hempstead.
 

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