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- May 28, 2017
Mitchell Morreale (Lyndhurst PD) LYNDHURST - The former fire captain and youth football coach accused of videotaping teen girls as they used his bathroom pleaded guilty Thursday to fourth-degree invasion of privacy, according to northjersey.com. Mitchell Morreale, 45, will likely be sentenced to probation instead of the three-to-five-year prison term he faced if convicted of the original charge of third-degree invasion of privacy. He has agreed to undergo sex-offender counseling but will not be required to register as a sex offender, according to the report. The volunteer firefighter was arrested last June when four teenage girls told police they found an iPod in record mode in a bathroom closet. The 30 minutes of footage included images of Morreale setting up the camera, police said at the time. The girls used their cell phones to video part of the footage, which they turned over to police. The girls had been attending a pool party at Morreale's Livingston Avenue home. Fireman accused of bathroom recording Morreale reportedly claimed through his attorney that he set up the recording because he suspected the children were using drugs in the bathroom. The judge will decide whether to accept the plea agreement at Morreale's May sentencing, according to the report. Anthony G. Attrino may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @TonyAttrino. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
Two young girls hid in the bathroom Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, while a man kicked in their front door and ransacked the house on the 10200 block of Monte Vista Avenue in Montclair. (Google Earth) MONTCLAIR >> A home-invasion robber narrowly missed discovering two young girls hiding in the bathroom of their Montclair home after the man kicked in their front door Tuesday afternoon.The 14-year-old was babysitting her younger sister at their home in the 10200 block of Monte Vista Avenue when Montclair police say the girl heard a knock at the door, according to a press release. “When she looked out the front-door peep hole, she saw the unidentified suspect standing on their porch,” the press release states. The girl immediately hid in a bathroom with her sister and called her mother, police said. While speaking with her mother, the girl reportedly heard the unidentified man kicking in the front door. The girl then said she heard the man enter the master bedroom from the adjoining bathroom where she and her sister were hiding, officials said. The girl then heard “the suspect ransacking her mother’s property.”Soon after, the man left and never discovered the girls, police said. Montclair officers, including a police dog, searched for the man, but he was not found. Anyone with information on the incident can call the Montclair Police Department at 909-621-4771. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call the WeTip Hotline at 78-CRIME.Like the Daily Bulletin on Facebook.
The officers managed to download several files that showed preteen girls. At least three of the files showed three girls in what appeared to be Hoffman's bathroom. The videos, taken in January 2015, showed the girls to be about 12, according to Pattelli.
The volunteer firefighter was arrested last June when four teenage girls told police they found an iPod in record mode in a bathroom closet. The 30 minutes of footage included images of Morreale setting up the camera, police said at the time. The girls used their cell phones to video part of the footage, which they turned over to police.
While they were hiding in the bathroom Jones told Zoyee to keep quiet and texted with her mom, telling her she was scared the man would hear her. Maria Muratalla, Savannah's mom, said it was gut-wrenching not being able to get to the girls.
Muratalla called her neighbor, who called 911 and rushed over to the house. Police said the man ransacked the Muratalla's property and two rooms, but left without finding the girls hiding in the bathroom.
Two young girls hid in the bathroom Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, while a man kicked in their front door and ransacked the house on the 10200 block of Monte Vista Avenue in Montclair. (Google Earth)
March 3 was "Pajama Day" at the school, and the two alleged victims did not come in their pajamas but were allowed to change during the day.The two girls were leaving class to change and Hoctor allegedly directed them to the teachers' restroom because it "was cleaner than the student bathroom." He allegedly told them not to immediately go into the restroom.Hoctor went into the restroom first to "check it." While he was inside, the 10-year-old girl heard a "ding" that she "recognized as the type of noise that a phone makes." Inside, she spotted the phone; upon leaving the restroom she tried to tell the other girl "not to go inside." She started to whisper to her classmate, but Hoctor allegedly told her to return to class.The 9-year-old girl was undressing when she too noticed the phone. She said she recognized it as Hoctor's "because she sees him with it daily." She quickly dressed and left. She then allegedly saw Hoctor go into the restroom, pick up the phone and return to class.
Hui, 21, an international and global studies major, angled his cellphone beneath the partition of a restroom stall to film a girl using the toilet at the CFE Arena around 6 p.m. The girl, who was attending a cheerleading camp, was informed by her friends in the restroom that she was being filmed, according to the arrest affidavit. She banged on the stall partition and demanded that he stop, saying that “it is creepy and gross.” The other girls sought out a coach, who witnessed Hui leaving the restroom. When approached, Hui ran away, fleeing through Jimmy Johns and out onto Memory Mall. He was detained at Starbucks by student-athlete Tristan Payton and another individual, who took away Hui’s cellphone until officers arrived on scene.
Jones hid her niece, Zoyee, in the bathroom and called her mother. While she was on the phone with her mom, she heard the front door being kicked in so she went to hide with her niece.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. on Feb. 22 at a residence in the 8200 block of North FM 620, where a girl said she saw a cellphone in her bathroom window as she changed clothes, an affidavit said.
The girl’s father went outside and caught the man holding up his cellphone and stopped him. Cutro said he had put his kids to bed, went to a residence in the same complex and used his iPhone to start recording through a bathroom window, according to the affidavit.
Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Brandon Cutro, 35, was arrested on a felony charge of invasive visual recording. Brandon Cutro, 35, was arrested on a felony charge of invasive visual recording. /**/ Man accused of filming girl in bathroom, tells police he "had feelings he was unable to control" 1 / 1 Back to Gallery
Hoctor allegedly said he sometimes leaves the phone in the bathroom, and he may have "bumped" it, causing it to record. After school officials removed computers and the cellphone from Hoctor's class, Hoctor again asked to speak to the investigators.
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