Police on Long Island Tuesday arrested a man who allegedly fondled a female customer outside a 7-Eleven store.
Aksal was handcuffed and detained by U.S. Marshals after Judge Jose Linares granted the government’s request to hold him as a flight risk, The Jersey Journal reported.
Sam Kellner worked with the Brooklyn DAs office to put away Baruch Lebovits, who sexually abused his son, in 2010. But then the tables turned on Kellner when the DAs office charged him with extorting witnesses to come forward.
An attorney spoke Tuesday about a lawsuit alleging abuse by trusted teachers at the prestigious Yeshiva University High School for boys.
Nineteen former students at Yeshiva University High School filed a lawsuit Monday, accusing the school of covering decades of sexual abuse at the school.
Police on Tuesday were looking for a man who kissed and sexually abused a 9-year-old girl in a Queens grocery store.
Federal Judge Kevin Koeltl threw out the lawsuits Monday. He said the claims came more than six years after each man reasonably should have become aware of Clash’s alleged violations and more than three years after each turned 18.
A teenage suspect has been charged with molesting a 3-year-old boy in Leonia, N.J.
New York state lawmakers joined former child models Sunday to release a report detailing the lack of labor protections for children who work as models.
Speaking on CBS’ “Face The Nation” Sunday, Gillibrand said the current system is working more as a deterrent to those who’ve been sexually assaulted.
Friedman, who is married, served 13 years in prison for the sexual abuse but was freed when the case was reopened. He appeared in State Supreme Court in Mineola Tuesday as continues his quest to clear his name.
A man was charged late last week with sexually abusing and urinating on a fellow patient at Harlem Hospital, according to a published reports.
Alfred Balcerak, 54, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, Nassau County police said.
Police in Suffolk County arrested a Centereach man Monday, on a warrant issued by Massachusetts authorities for sex crimes against children he allegedly committed when he was a swim coach more than three decades ago.
A former New Jersey Yeshiva teacher changed pleas in the middle of his trial Monday, admitting that he sexually abused a boy he met while working as a camp counselor.