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WASHINGTON (WNEW/AP) — A State Department official who’s already charged with soliciting a minor in Virginia is now facing charges of voyeurism and stalking in the District of Columbia.
D.C. police said Monday that 44-year-old Daniel Rosen was arrested Sunday afternoon.
Police say he was charged after a search of his cellphone revealed multiple videos of women that were recorded without their consent.
WNEW reporter Chuck Carroll says police found 24 victims on Rosen’s cell phone, who all appear to be over 18 years old.
The photos were shot through blinds and/or curtains through the victims’ homes. The women were allegedly in “various states of undress.”
According to police, Rosen is responsible for 40 separate stalking incidents, and the voyeuristic photos were taken over as much as a 6-month period.
Police say the videos were made in the Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant and U Street neighborhoods.
Rosen works as a counterterrorism official at the State Department.
Last month, he was charged with soliciting a minor online after a series of online exchanges with a Fairfax County police detective.
Rosen is due back at court on April 21.
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