At a glance, the 23-year-old has a stellar resume. He graduated magna cum laude from Binghamton University, where he was a part of an Honors Academic Society and routinely on the Dean’s list.
During college, he tutored others in calculus and was a teacher’s assistant. He also volunteered at the Jewish Relief Agency collecting, packaging and distributing goods to disadvantaged families. The Union County resident now works as a financial analyst-at-large for an international telecommunications company in the tri-state area.
But each year he must check in with law enforcement. He must notify them if he moves or gets a new job. He also faces restrictions on where he can get a job and where he can travel.
He is a registered sex offender.
And he has been one since he was 16 years old and will be one until at least 2027 after being adjudicated as delinquent on three counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Full Article