Marcello was charged with eight counts of endangering the welfare of a child, two counts of sex abuse and one count of dissemination indecent material to minors.He will have his arraignment at First District Court in Central Islip on Tuesday.That’s an online community created after Facebook shuttered the Marines United private page following allegations that some members swapped salacious images of female service members — often without the women’s knowledge or consent — and openly derided them. Warren Cook, initiated an investigation and the pair admitted their guilt.On Wednesday, Camp Pendleton officials were alerted that the two Marines had used the Grunt Corps site to make derogatory remarks against a person in their chain of command. Both Marines were demoted by one pay grade, sentenced to 45 days of restriction to their barracks and given 45 days of punitive duties concurrent to the other punishments.He was detained at Sand Hill Road and Wantagh Avenue in Wantagh at 7 a.m.Monday as he was driving to Nassau County BOCES Rosemary Kennedy Center, a school for students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities, where he is employed as a substitute teaching assistant, according to authorities. Jay Marcello, 25, who worked as a camp counselor for Kenwal Day Camp for the past seven years, was arrested for having inappropriate conversations with campers of various ages and inappropriately touching 14-year-old campers between July and August 2016, police said.
Those tougher standards were created in the wake of the Marines United scandal.If you're tired of being the best kept secret in your field...Of struggling to make ends meet while your friends and family disapprove...Two Camp Pendleton Marines have been disciplined for posting disparaging remarks in an online forum about one of their colleagues, the first such action taken in the wake of the Defense Department’s announcement last month that it was investigating reports that hundreds of Marines had shared nude photos of female service members on a secret Facebook page.A non-commissioned officer and a lower-ranking enlisted member of the 2nd Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment at the base pleaded guilty to non-judicial punishment, instead of going to trial in military court, for comments they made on United States Grunt Corps.Authorities believe there are more victims and are asking them to come forward — even if the crimes happened years ago.