Police: Chester County Man Stalked, Followed Female In Her Car For 21 Miles
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WEST GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — A Chester County man is facing several charges after police say he stalked and followed a female in his car for 21 miles before he rammed her car.
Scott Andrew Rosenberg, of Nutt Road in Phoenixville, is facing charges of stalking and harassment.
According to investigators, the alleged victim told police she was riding to her work in the early morning hours of January 3rd when she noticed she was being followed at a very close distance by another vehicle.
The female stopped at a Wawa and was approached by the driver of the car that was following her.
The male driver, later identified as Rosenberg, asked the female for her phone number while inside the store and outside. The victim refused and police say Rosenberg persisted by suggesting various sexual relationships he would like to have with the victim.
The victim was able to get away from Rosenberg and left the area.
After leaving the Wawa parking lot, the victim told police Rosenberg followed her again, this time for 21 miles.
While the victim was stopped and waiting at a red light, police say Rosenberg’s vehicle intentionally struck the rear of the victim’s vehicle in what the victim thought was an attempt to get her outside of the vehicle.
The victim stated that she could clearly see Rosenberg behind her and she believed he was going to attempt to harm her.
Police say the victim pulled into another Wawa parking lot and was able to eventually elude Rosenberg.
Detectives were able to locate and interview Rosenberg. He denied the allegations and stated that he was not in area during the reported events.
However, detectives obtained surveillance video from both Wawa stores and spotted Rosenberg inside and outside of both Wawa locations.
Anyone with additional information on this reported incident or any other possible incidents involving Rosenberg are urged to contact the West Goshen Township Police.