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Assistant Coach at Edgemont High School Arrested

TylerSickGreenburg Police report the arrest of a 29 year-old NYC schoolteacher who also worked as an assistant coach at Edgemont High School. Tyler F. Sick of Tarrytown was arrested on Monday November 27 after an alleged complaint of illegal sexual contact between himself and a minor.

The investigation was done by Special Victims Unit detectives who were assisted by the Special Prosecutions Division of the Office of The Westchester County District Attorney, The Westchester County Children's Advocacy Center, and the Village of Tarrytown Police.

Any students that may have had inappropriate contact with the above individual are asked to contact Det. Nick Parikka of the Greenburgh Police Department Special Victims Unit at 914-989- 1736.

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+5 #2 D. Smith 2017-12-03 23:14
Thanks, Anne. Yes, why is this publication not covering the Jeremy Goldberg story. He is a Fox Meadow resident.



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Victims and their Parents must speak out against these predators as soon as anything happens. We need to eradicate this kind of crime by speaking out so that it does not progress and criminals are encouraged to escalate their preying on victims. Fear of being the one to speak out has to stop! Last week 28 year old Jeremy Goldberg of Scarsdale was arrested and charged with luring a 12 year old girl into his car, crashing into a school bus, injured a firefighter while speeding away. We need to warn our neighbors, parents and friends when there is a danger in our schools and neighborhood. This applies to child predators, drunk drivers and anything that can be a serious threat against our children. Speak Up for the safety of our children.
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+6 #1 Anne H 2017-12-03 13:54
Victims and their Parents must speak out against these predators as soon as anything happens. We need to eradicate this kind of crime by speaking out so that it does not progress and criminals are encouraged to escalate their preying on victims. Fear of being the one to speak out has to stop! Last week 28 year old Jeremy Goldberg of Scarsdale was arrested and charged with luring a 12 year old girl into his car, crashing into a school bus, injured a firefighter while speeding away. We need to warn our neighbors, parents and friends when there is a danger in our schools and neighborhood. This applies to child predators, drunk drivers and anything that can be a serious threat against our children. Speak Up for the safety of our children.
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