The female neighbor, who was the visual victim of Alvin B. Rosenberger III as he masturbated along her tree line in a one-hour period on May 3, 2012, would be pleased to know Rosenberger admitted to his indecent exposure incident in Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas on Thursday.
According to Peg Gibbons from PhillyBurbs.com, Rosenberger III, 44, of the 1600 block of North Line Street, Montgomery Township, pleaded guilty to three counts of indecent exposure.
The plea was open, meaning there is no agreement on a sentence, according to the article.
Sentencing was postponed by Judge Joseph Smyth pending a background report on Rosenberger III, the article stated.
Rosenberger III faces three to six years in prison on the charges.
Rosenberger III was arrested May 17 and charged with five counts of indecent exposure and five counts of disorderly conduct for masturbating in plain view, while staring directly at the woman’s house in the 1600 block of North Line Street, according to The Reporter.
The article stated that the affidavit of probable cause outlines how Rosenberger stood in and exposed himself in a tree-lined area of North Line Street that separated the victim's backyard from his property.
According to the affidavit:
The actor ... would look directly at the victim’s home, making sure she was at the window when he engaged in his lewd and offensive conduct.
According to the article, Montgomery Township Police said there was one occasion where Rosenberger was seen by the victim, but he only made an obsence gesture in her direction.
The affidavit stated that the victim photographed the suspect.