YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: Paramus police said they caught a 22-year-old Lodi High School graduate having sex in a car at the Garden State Plaza with a 15-year-old Wood-Ridge girl last night.
Dana Firestone (MUGSHOT: Paramus PD)
Acting Detective Sgt. Frank Scott was at the mall investigating another incident when he spotted Dana B. Firestone’s car parkeed inside the south deck, Operations Division Commander Lt. John Scully said.
Inside, Scott reported, Firestone was having sex with an underaged girl. It turned out he’d given her alcohol, as well, Scully said.
Firestone, who lists his occupation as a driver for a security company, is being held on $200,000 bail at the Bergen County Jail. The Garfield resident is charged with sexual assault, child endangerment and serving alcohol to a minor.
The girl’s parents picked her up, Scully said.
Paramus police also contacted the Sex Crimes Unit of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, the lieutenant said.
“I’m very much in love with this :),” Firestone posted on his Facebook page on March 1, referring to an online article entitled: “Tabbos: The ‘darker’ side of life.”
“If we don’t take chances,” the story says, “we will never experience what all life has to offer, be it taboo or the opposite.”
LET’S BE CLEAR:
Nothing in the law can be more definitive than what constitutes statutory rape: It is a crime that occurs in New Jersey when one of the partners is between 13 and 16 and the other is at least four years older.
And it can put a convicted offender in prison for a long time, among other serious consequences.
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