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Montrose man accused of exposing himself to multiple girls

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Steven Terry

Steven Terry

OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (WJRT) - A Montrose man is accused of exposing himself to multiple young people in Oakland County last month.

Police say 46-year-old Steven James Terry is charged with being a sexually delinquent person, which could result in a sentence of one day to life in prison if convicted.

He remained in custody Monday at the Oakland County Jail on $7,500 bond.

A 14-year-old girl shopping at store in Rochester Hills on Oct. 30 told the Oakland County Sheriff's Office that she saw Terry walking back and forth outside. When he noticed her, she said he pulled back his jacket and exposed himself.

The sheriff's office released information about the Rochester Hills incident to other area law enforcement. Michigan State Police implicated Terry in a similar incident from Groveland Township south of Grand Blanc and Canton police say he is accused in a third incident there.

Terry is facing additional charges related to the Groveland Township incident, which was reported on Oct. 28. No charges were announced from the Canton incident.

Police say Terry is cooperating with investigators on all three incidents.

“I am pleased that in concert with our law enforcement partners, these numerous criminal events were tied together and matched him as the suspect,” Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said. “This man is a serial sex offender and needs to go away for a long time.”

Terry has been a registered sex offender in Michigan since 2011. He has several previous convictions for sex crimes on his record:

  • Being a sexually delinquent person in Genesee County from 1998.
  • Criminal sexual conduct with intent to commit sexual penetration from 2013.
  • Aggravated indecent exposure in Ottawa County from 2020.
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