LYNDHURST, N.J. – A former substitute teacher, in-school suspension officer and assistant hockey and baseball coach at Lyndhurst High School exchanged sexually explicit photos and videos with underage girls, authorities charged.
Jonathan Jasinski, 26, quit before detectives charged him with child endangerment, Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal said.
Members of Grewal’s Cyber Crimes Unit executed a warranted search of Jasinski’s home while investigating conduct that occurred while working at the school, the prosecutor said.
They discovered that he “utilized the Internet and social media applications to communicate with several juvenile females” and “exchanged sexually explicit videos and photographs” with them, Grewal said.
The detectives arrested Jasinski, who was ordered released by Central Municipal Presiding Judge Roy McGeady following a hearing Friday.
McGeady imposed conditions: “no further crimes/criminal activity, no unsupervised contact with anyone under 18 years of age, Internet restrictions (no social media or direct messaging of any type), no contact with the victims, and he must surrender his passport,” Grewal said.
The prosecutor thanked the various municipal police agencies who contribute officers to the Cyber Crimes Task Force – and, specifically, Bogota police.
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