New York City’s Norman Dunkley, Brian Quinones accused of committing sex crimes against children


Norman Dunkley, 48, and Brian Quinones, 30, were both employed as school workers in New York City, New York, United States. They were recently arrested for sex crimes against children.

In 1999, Dunkley joined the New York City Department of Education. While working as a science teacher at PS 70 in Claremont Village, Bronx, New York City, he allegedly touched the breast of a female student, 10, and showed her a picture of a naked woman in April 2022.

The incident was reported on May 11, 2022. On the same day, Dunkley was arrested and charged with sex abuse.


While employed as a paraprofessional at Midwood High School in Brooklyn, New York City, Quinones allegedly posed as a woman online and communicated with a boy, then 15, between September 2019 and January 2020. During this period, he allegedly traded over 100 files that contained child pornography with another suspect who has since been charged with similar crimes. 

A resident of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, Quinones allegedly requested sexually explicit videos of the teenage boy. After obtaining the explicit material, Quinones allegedly told the boy he would ruin the boy unless he got more videos. 


When law enforcement executed a search warrant at Quinones’s house in Sheepshead Bay, his electronic devices were seized and the chats he had with the boy were discovered. He was arrested on May 11, 2022.

The former Midwood High School paraprofessional was charged with sexual exploitation, cyberstalking and child pornography. If convicted, he faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison.

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