2 Janitors Suspended After Alleged Incident Involving 4 Students

LONG BRANCH, N.J. — Two maintenance employees from Gregory Elementary School have been suspended after an incident that allegedly occurred in a campus bathroom and involved four young students.

Though the district has not released details of the incident, a parent sent an E-mail to The Link News stating that four boys under the age of 10 were bound and gagged by the janitors in the boys’ bathroom, the Long Branch Patch reports. According to the E-mail, the janitors took photos of the boys.

Long Branch Superintendent of Schools Michael Salvatore said that school security cameras outside the bathroom “revealed that the students and staff were in the bathroom at that time.”

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