Menachem Tewel, 30, who also goes by Mendel Tevel, is accused of abusing a young man for several months six years ago in Crown Heights.
Menachem Tewel, who goes by Mendel Tevel, was arrested Tuesday at a Jewish center on Santa Monica Boulevard, police said.
Gary Lieberman, 56, of Far Rockaway is expected to be arraigned on two counts of first-degree sexual abuse in First District Court in Hempstead on Friday.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski, 49, has been charged with criminal impersonation for an incident on the Sprain Brook Parkway in May.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski was arrested in connection with an incident on Interstate 87 in Yonkers in April, state police said.
Attorney Andrew Rubin issued a statement Monday, including an apology, on behalf of Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski.
A third victim has come forward with a claim that a Westchester County rabbi impersonated a police officer during a traffic dispute.
“I’m overwhelmed. I feel like I’m under water, swimming. Like I said from the beginning, I had nothing to do with this case,” 58-year-old David Ranta said after leaving state court in Brooklyn.
Nathan David Rabinowich was arrested Wednesday after he showed up at a pre-arranged meeting in Queens, prosecutors said.
The trial was set to continue Monday for a prominent Brooklyn Orthodox Jewish leader accused of sexually abusing a now-17-year-old girl.
Sunday night is the final night of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday that is supposed to remind Jews of their ancestral escape from slavery. For many Jewish women this Sunday also signifies new progress in their pursuit of religious equality.
As protestors made their presence known, the man at the center of controversy Rabbi Nechemya Weberman, 53, shook hands and accepted warm wishes at the dinner, which was held to raise legal funds for him.
There are some shocking allegations against a counselor and confidant in a Brooklyn community. A therapist stands accused of sexually abusing a young girl who looked to him for advice.
Police in New Jersey are looking for the vandals who painted swastikas outside of synagogues in Hackensack and Maywood.
The festival of lights began at sundown, and is observed for eight nights. It commemorates the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd Century.