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Man who exposed himself to woman, her grandchildren is convicted

Ozro Robert Lee was convicted of exposing himself to a woman and her grandchildren
A man was convicted Thursday of crimes related to breaking into a Garden Grove home and exposing himself to a woman and her grandchildren, authorities said.

Ozro Robert Lee, 46, was accused of prying open the front the door of the house in April 2011 and exposing himself to the 59-year-old grandmother and two girls, ages 6 and 8, the Orange County district attorney's office said.

Prosecutors said the grandmother, who has limited mobility and impaired speech from a stroke, heard the children screaming in another room.

The grandmother went into the room and yelled at Lee, telling him to leave, according to the district attorney's office. At that point, Lee exposed himself and fled.

Lee is scheduled to be sentenced April 6 at the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana. He faces a maximum sentence of eight years in state prison.


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Photo: Ozro Robert Lee. Credit: Orange County district attorney's office

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