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Staten Island Man Paul Marquez Tried to Sell Girlfriend’s Baby on Craigslist Because He 'was Bored'

Staten Island Man Paul Marquez Tried to Sell Girlfriend’s Baby on Craigslist Because He 'was Bored'

A man from Staten Island has been arrested after trying to sell his girlfriend's two-month-old baby on Craigslist. (Source: www.ibtimes.co.uk)

 

Paul Marquez, N.y. Man Accused of Trying to Sell Baby on Craigslist for $100, Pleads Not Guilt

Paul Marquez Richmond County District Attorney Office

| Couple Set up Craigslist Sting on a Mott Haven Streetthe Bronx Ink

Posted on 05 September 2014. Tags: craigslist, Mott Haven, rc car, sting operation

S.i. Man Accused of Trying to Sell Baby on Craigslist Pleads Not Guilty – Cbs New York

Paul Marquez Charged With Endangering The Welfare Of A Child, Harassment

Long Island Serial Kille

The Long Island serial killer (also referred to as LISK, the Gilgo Beach Killer, or the Craigslist Ripper) is an unidentified suspected serial killer who is believed to have murdered between 10 and 16 people over a period of nearly 20 years, and to have disposed of their dismembered bodies in areas on the South Shore of Long Island, New York. Most of the known victims were sex workers who advertised on Craigslist.

Marquez, of Staten Island, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child, harassment and a social service violation of authorities to place or board out children. He had pleaded not guilty to the charges and is being held on $1,000 bail on Riker's Island, according to the station.

Two weeks ago, Lugo left the two Baja 5Bs at the Staten Island home of a friend, also a collector. Two days later the friend said the cars had gone missing, but not the remote controls. While searching Craigslist the following week, Lugo spotted his Bajas for sale. “He was ready at 8 o’clock last night to run over here and get the cars,” Tabitha said in Mott Haven, after they had retrieved their property. The couple had called the phone number posted on Craigslist and made an offer, setting a meeting place near the 40th police precinct on Third Avenue and 138 St. The Lugos alerted police of their plan. “I’m not from around here,” Lugo said. “I didn’t know if he had a gun.” The seller was unarmed and appeared to be about 18 years old. (Source: bronxink.org)

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