Case Of Former Scarsdale High School Dean Adjourned

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David Mendelowitz, former Scarsdale High School guidance counselor and dean of students, was charged as a customer of a New York City prostitution, drug and money laundering ring. Photo Credit: New York State Attorney General

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The case of former Scarsdale High School guidance counselor and dean David Mendelowitz was adjourned to Jan. 7 in White Plains City Court on Monday.

Mendelowitz, 58, was one of three persons charged with numerous counts of patronizing a prostitute, possession of a controlled substance and hindering prosecution on Nov. 20.

The White Plains resident was caught as part of a 16-month investigation that led to a 180-count indictment that charged 19 individuals and one corporation – Somad Enterprises Inc. – with enterprise corruption and a variety of underlying crimes.

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