Lackawanna County Man Facing Corruption of Minors Charges

ROARING BROOK TOWNSHIP, Pa. --  Sean Quinn, 46,  was arrested Friday and accused of groping a 15-year-old girl at his home in Roaring Brook Township where she was sleeping over.

Police say Quinn also gave her alcohol and sent her a nude photo of himself that showed his entire face.

Quinn is charged with corruption of minors, unlawful contact with a minor indecent assault and other offenses.

Since Quinn's arrest, Newswatch 16 has confirmed Quinn worked as a dispatcher for the University of Scranton Campus Police.

According to a university spokesman he's been with the school since 2015.

Saturday that spokesman issued this statement which reads in part: The safety of our students and our campus community is of utmost importance to the university.

All university employees go through a criminal background check when hired and the university has policies in place that hold our employees as to the highest ethical standards.

Effective November 22, which was Friday, Quinn has been suspended without pay.

The university has cooperated fully with the state police department in the investigation.

State police tell Newswatch 16 they are concerned Quinn may have other victims and ask anyone who has information to call (570) 963-3156.

 

10 comments

  • Larry

    Cradle robber… No attractive girls at the U for this guy to bring home and get drunk he had to resort to high school girls. Jeez this area really is a toilet anymore.

  • truthbetold37

    Of course WNEP is going to comment that he was a “dispatcher” for the police. When in reality he is not a LEO.

    • natem250

      It never states that he is a LEO. It states that he is a dispatcher for the police. You even quoted it yourself. Stop with the fake news.

      • truthbetold37

        Hey Nate, I’m simply stating the FACT that the news mentioned he worked for the police. Of course they would mention that he WORKED for the police. Any other person that has committed a crime there Is no mention where they work but since law enforcement is involved the news has to mention something about it because “police” news is the hot topic now. Do you get it now Nate, seeing that I broke it down to Barney level? He work for police. News mention it bc he work for police. Police hot topic. News report on hot topic.

    • Al Guzzo

      Since Quinn’s arrest, Newswatch 16 has confirmed Quinn worked as a dispatcher for the University of Scranton Campus Police.

  • truthbetold37

    Of course WNEP is going to comment that he was a “dispatcher” for the police. When in reality he is not a LEO.

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