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New Jersey man arrested after alleged sending illicit photos

Bergen County prosecutors say an employee at the Land of Make Believe -- an amusement park about an hour west of Englewood -- has been accused of sending photos of himself naked to an investigator he believed was actually a 14-year-old girl.

The Frelinghuysen Township man, 22, was taken into custody on Friday.

At the time, he was an employee of the amusement park, but a spokesperson later told a media source that the man no longer works at the Warren County, New Jersey, park.

The report said the arrest was the third in the past 12 months alleging illicit sexual activities at the park or involving park employees, the media source stated.

Last year, a former park worker filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against park management and a former supervisor and then police recently arrested a man, alleging that he took a video of a child urinating in a park restroom.

The man arrested Friday faces two serious charges: attempting to disseminate obscenity to a minor and attempting to endanger the welfare of a minor.

He was in custody at the county jail in Hackensack in lieu of posting a $25,000 bond.

In unrelated news, there's an update available on the New Jersey teacher recently arrested on suspicions that had a sexual relationship with one of her male highs school students.

She is to be arraigned today in Lyndhurst, officials said.

Her attorney indicated that the woman will plead not guilty to all charges: first degree aggravated sexual assault, second degree sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

Our Englewood criminal defense firm handles cases similar to these. For more information, please visit our Bergen County sex crimes page.

Source: Express-Times, "Land of Make Believe employee sent naked pictures to investigator posing as 14-year-old, police say," Sept. 10, 2012