Endangering The Welfare Of A Child
A woman was ordered held on $150,000 bond Sunday after being caught driving drunk with her granddaughter in the car, and lying about her identity, according to a published report.
Ernesto Lezama, 42, was arrested Sunday night after an officer spotted him driving erratically and weaving around the road in Coram, police said.
Attorney Robert Ebberup released a statement Wednesday in which he criticized the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office for arresting his client in front of his family while they ate dinner Monday.
Anthony Senatore, 33, was arrested at his Bayville home Monday night, CBS 2 reported. He was charged with of having multiple unsecured weapons accessible to children, according to a published report.
Maria Cepparo’s children, a 13-year-old son, who is autistic, an 8-year-old boy and 6-year-old twin daughters, were left in the car with no heat and the doors unlocked.
Osvaldo Quiroz-Lopez, 33, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. He was arrested on April 7.
Parents at a day care center in Jersey City were furious Wednesday night, after a teacher’s aide was charged with hitting and throwing the toddlers who attended.
Danielle Ferrante, 31, was charged with DWI and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after police determined she was intoxicated.
An NYPD officer stood charged with assault Monday, after allegedly punching his 3-year-old son in the face at their Nassau County home.
A third arrest has been made in a fight between a pair of young girls that was caught on video.
Yoel Malik, 33, was taken into custody late Wednesday after investigators said they received an anonymous tip through a confidential hotline.
The trial has gotten underway for a teacher’s aide at an Upper West Side public school, who is accused of molesting a then-8-year-old boy.
Investigators believe the girls, who were not injured, were in the car unattended for about 10 minutes.
Suffolk County Police arrested 42-year-old Vincent Sparagano of Lindenhurst Wednesday morning and charged him with one count of possessing a sexual performance by a child.
An off-duty Nassau County police officer saw Richard Stacel, 44, on line at the Mad Topper ice cream store taking pictures with his cellphone of the girl without her knowledge, police said.