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NYC school worker busted for allegedly sending inappropriate texts to multiple boys: NYPD

The New York City Police Department announced that a Bronx Department of Education employee has been arrested on suspicion of sending inappropriate emails to four boys.

Police identified the suspect as London King, 35, and charged him with four counts of child endangerment and aggravated harassment. Court documents identify the defendant as London King.


King was initially arrested around 2:30 p.m. Thursday on suspicion of sending harassing text messages to an underage boy on March 6, authorities said. Brian Jackson – Stock.adobe.com

King was initially arrested around 2:30 p.m. Thursday on suspicion of sending harassing text messages to an underage boy on March 6, authorities said.

King was released without bail, but was re-arrested on Friday after facing three additional charges for incidents that occurred on October 20, January 4, and March 1, the NYPD announced. did.

According to court records, King was again released without bail over the objections of the Bronx District Attorney’s Office.

Neither King’s title nor his school assignment could be confirmed Saturday afternoon.

Neither the Bronx State Attorney’s Office nor the Department of Education returned messages.

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