HACKENSACK, New Jersey – A Sussex County IT worker assumed a Bergen County man’s online identity to contact and ask adult strangers for nude photos of themselves, authorities said Wednesday.

Michael F. Grennille, 33, of Newton, “contacted strangers portraying the victim” for eight months before he discovered it and contacted authorities, Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal said.

Grennille was arrested Wednesday and released on a summons to appear in Central Judicial Processing Court on July 5 on charges of identity theft and impersonation following an investigation by his Cyber Crimes Unit, the prosecutor said.

 

 

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HACKENSACK, N.J. – A Sussex County IT worker assumed a Bergen County man’s online identity to contact and ask adult strangers for nude photos of themselves, authorities said Wednesday.Michael F. Grennille, 33, of Newton, “contacted stran…

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