Friday, June 1, 2012
Charges stem from Parsippany, court clerk said.
A former Montville teacher who was charged in March with sexual assault of two child victims was served with new charges Thursday that relate to a third victim between the ages of 13 and 16 years old, according to a Morris County Superior Court clerk. The new charges were filed out of Parsippany. Jason Fennes, a former first-grade teacher at the William Mason School, was charged with aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault on an individual between the ages of 13 and 16 and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. According to the court clerk, the alleged incident or incidents that led to the latest charges occurred in the 1990s. UPDATE: Morris County Prosecutor's Office says the third victim has accused Fennes of having a sexual…
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Parsippany resident told authorities East Hanover man pulled out in front of her vehicle.
A business security camera's footage contradicts the account a Parsippany woman accused of being drunk when she struck and killed an East Hanover man gave to authorities immediately after the incident, an assistant Morris County prosecutor contended in court Tuesday morning. According to Assistant Prosecutor Kelley Lavery, footage from the camera shows Vanessa E. Brown driving southbound on Ridgedale Avenue in the left-hand lane and suddenly veering into the right lane and into Ralph Politi Jr., who was not in a vehicle. Her car continued another 88 feet when it crashed into nearby parked cars, Lavery said. "There was no indication of turn signalling," Lavery told Judge Salem Ahto. "There was no braking." The surveillance tape contradicts …
Friday, October 21, 2011
Barberio said he wrote letter on behalf of friend whose son received 5 years for drug offense.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Daniel Moses, 26, a former basketball and soccer player at Parsippany High School, was sentenced on Friday to five years in prison for conspiring to sell marijuana, according a report by the Daily Record. The sentencing came despite a letter from Parsippany Mayor James Barberio on behalf of Moses. Barberio told Patch Moses' father is a friend of his. The report says Barberio wrote requesting the Superior Court show Moses leniency. Barberio told Patch that was not the case. "I did not ask for leniency," Barberio said. "What the young man did was wrong, and he will pay for his crime. I commend the Parsippany Police Department for their work in this case. Yes, I wrote a letter. I wrote it on behalf of Daniel Moses' father, who has been my …