Stop & Shop worker accused of forcibly touching boy on Long Island: police

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WEST BABYLON, Long Island— An employee at a Stop & Shop in Suffolk County is accused of forcibly touching a 10-year-old boy.

According to Suffolk County Police, on November 18, James Boone, 19 allegedly touched the child while he and his parent were checking out at the West Babylon store.

The boy told his parent after leaving the store and they immediately called 911.

Boone was arrested and charged with forcible touching and endangering the welfare of child.

Police don’t believe there are other victims—they ask anyone who feels that they were victimized to call the First Squad at (631) 854-8152.

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