Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 46-year-old ex-Freeport middle school principal has admitted to having sexual contact with a 16-year-old boy he met online and failing to disclose his criminal history when he applied for that job.John O’Mard pleaded guilty Friday at Nassau County court to criminal sexual act, offering a false instrument for filing, perjury and official misconduct.“Instead of being a role model to his students, this defendant committed crimes against a young person and betrayed the trust placed in him as principal of his school,” District Attorney Kathleen Rice said. “The parents, teachers, students and taxpayers of this school district deserved far better.”Prosecutors said O’Mard met the teen through Grindr, smartphone dating application for men, and took the victim to his Freeport home, where they engaged in oral and anal sexual conduct without the boy’s consent on Sept. 22, 2012.He had been the principal of the John W. Dodd Middle School from Sept. 1, 2003, and the School Board fired him on April 25, 2013, a month after his arrest.During the investigation, authorities found that a decade prior to those crimes, O’Mard denied having a felony and misdemeanor conviction when he applied for certifications with the New York State Education Department in September 2004.Judge Angelo Delligatti is expected to sentence O’Mard to 60 days in jail and 10 years of probation on Feb. 6. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.
While joining Best in the Lions side are Irish internationals Iain Henderson, CJ Stander and Robbie Henshaw.The centre knows this morning provides a decent opportunity.Kick off in Wellington is at 8.35 this morning. The Lions midweek side will hope to add some life back into the tour this morning, following Saturday’s first test defeat to the All Blacks.A side captained by Rory Best takes on the Hurricanes in Wellington.The hosts contain All Blacks like Julian Savea, Nehe Milner-Skudder and Jordie Barrett in their starting fifteen. Photo: © lionsrugby.com
Sheffield United have gone to the top of the English Championship table for the first time in over a decade after they defeated Yorkshire rivals Leeds United 2-1 in their Matchday 14 clash on Friday.Billy Sharp gave the visitors an early lead as at the 3rd minute on his return to Elland Road before Calvin Phillips equalised for Leeds United as both sides settled for a 1-1 scoreline at halftime. The two teams had opportunities to increase their tally in the second half but it was only Sheffield United who took theirs as substitute David Brooks scored with nine minutes remaining to hand his boyhood club the maximum points.With the win, Sheffield United (30 points) leapfrog former leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers (29 points) and Cardiff City (27 points) into top spot ahead of their meeting with Queens Park Rangers and Millwall on Saturday. Leeds United stay in 4th position with 23 points. RelatedThe Big Seven Matches This WeekendFebruary 9, 2018In “England”Premier League Promotion Latest: Leaders Wolves Move Seven Points Clear With Sheffield Wednesday WinDecember 16, 2017In “England”FA Cup: Liverpool’s Youngest Team Sets Up Chelsea Tie, Rooney Set For Man Utd ReunionFebruary 5, 2020In “England”