Police: Bayonne crossing guard caught ‘possibly masturbating’ in his car

first_img He couldn’t find a bathroom? Come on now. That is irresponsible ! Previous articleFulop keeps 6-3 council majority, Solomon takes Ward E in Jersey City runoffsNext articleRomano racked up at least $77k in debt during failed Hoboken mayoral run John Heinis A Bayonne crossing guard was charged with lewdness after a woman spotted him “possibly masturbating” in his car, though he claimed he was urinating in a cup prior to his work shift starting, police said.  Comments are closed. Crime Police: Bayonne crossing guard caught ‘possibly masturbating’ in his car NJ24/7 Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say TAGSbayonne policelewdnessmidtown community school SHARE By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewAnthony Correnti, 55, of Bayonne, was charged with lewdness yesterday around 7:36 a.m., according to Police Lt. Eric Amato.A 54-year-old women told police that she saw a man parked in front of her home, located near the intersection of 24th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard, sitting in his car with his genitals exposed and “possibly masturbating.”After the alleged incident, Correnti proceeded to walk to his post as a crossing guard for Midtown Community School, officials said.When police questioned Correnti, he denied masturbating, claiming he was urinating in a cup prior to his shift starting, authorities said. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Police: 45-year-old man arrested for attempting to have sex with 15-year-old girl in Secaucus Bayonne Facebook Twitter CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network December 7, 2017 2:15 pm at 2:15 pm Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Bayonne BayonneCrime By John Heinis – December 6, 2017 10:22 am 1 1 COMMENTlast_img read more

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Police investigating network linked to Manchester attacker: senior officer

first_imgPolice are investigating “a network” linked to the man who carried out the attack on Manchester Arena, police said Wednesday.Greater Manchester police chief Ian Hopkins told reporters it was “very clear” that the investigation was looking into a network connected to the bomber, Salman Abedi. Hopkins added that extensive searches across Greater Manchester are still being carried out.“We have made three further arrests in connection with the attacks overnight and this afternoon we entered an address in Manchester city center using a controlled explosion. Officers are at the scene searching that address. The total number [of people] in custody is at four,” he said. Police on Tuesday confirmed that Abedi, a 22-year-old British man of Libyan origin, carried out Monday’s suicide-bomb attack. Abedi’s father says his son is innocent, the Associated Press reported. Ramadan Abedi also confirmed that police have arrested another of his sons — believed to be 23-year-old Ismail Abedi.According to Reuters, Hashem Abedi, another brother of the Manchester attacker, was arrested in Tripoli on suspicion of Islamic State linksHopkins said there has been increased police presence on the streets of Manchester, with support from the military. He stressed that there are no plans for soldiers to patrol the streets.He also confirmed that one of the victims was a police officer and police have spoken to the immediate family of all 22 victims. After the Home Office has carried out postmortems in the coming days, the victims will be officially named. Also On POLITICO Manchester attacker is Salman Abedi: security sources By Giulia Paravicini Amber Rudd: US officials leaking Manchester attacks info ‘irritating’ By Saim Saeed and Peter Baughlast_img read more

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