UPPER DARBY, Pa. (AP) - An eastern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges he lured a 12-year-old boy into his home where he examined and tickled the boy's feet while pretending to be a doctor and performing a lewd act on himself.
Online court records don't list an attorney for 63-year-old Paul Simony Jamrozik, of Upper Darby, who faces a preliminary hearing Jan. 25 on charges including child luring, indecent assault and unlawfully restraining the boy for involuntary servitude.
Upper Darby police Supt. Michael Chitwood says police fear Jamrozik might have other victims because they found photos in Jamrozik's house of other boys displaying their bare feet.
The boy tells police Jamrozik lured him into his home and forced the boy to take off his socks and shoes before putting anti-fungal foot spray on the boy's feet, which he then tickled.
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