Teti, 41, taught at Northeast High School in Oakland Park. He is charged with soliciting or engaging in a romantic relationship while in a position of authority. He was ordered held on $50,000 bond. The press did not name an attorney for him.
Former Holiday Inn manager German Martinez of Sunrise, Florida was arrested last week for allegedly molesting a 9-year-old girl when he worked at the hotel.
Martinez, 41, is being charged with two counts of lewd or lascivious molestation of a victim under the age of 16. He was ordered held without bond on Thursday by Judge Claudia Robinson. News sources did not name a defense attorney for Martinez.
Freddy Alberto Elias of Sunrise, Florida was arrested on January 8 for allegedly choking his girlfriend, branding her with fork, and attempting to “waterboard” her in the shower with a towel and water. Elias, 27, faces charges for attempted murder, false imprisonment, domestic battery, and aggravated battery. He is being held at Broward Main Jail without bond. New sources did not name an attorney for Elias.
According to the affidavit, Elias knocked at the back door of his girlfriend’s home at 3 a.m. on January 3. His girlfriend, whose name has not been released because she’s an alleged victim of domestic abuse, was reportedly with a male friend at the time. The friend left through the front door before Elias entered the home.
Anthony Quintal of Sunrise, Florida was arrested last Saturday for allegedly beating, robbing, and raping a 60-year-old woman. He faces charges for aggravated battery, sexual battery, and some unspecified drug-related offenses. It is unclear if bond has been set for Quintal, 25, or if he has acquired the services of an attorney.
According to the arrest report, Quintal purportedly attacked the woman while she was taking a walk near Cypress Preserve Park on Northwest 90th Terrace in the early hours of the Saturday morning. Police say Quintal first approached her with the intention of stealing her cellphone, but the victim doesn’t speak English well and could not understand his demands.
Joshua Asseraf, a lifeguard who worked at Fort Lauderdale’s aquatic center, was arrested last week for allegedly planning to meet a 9-year-old girl at a hotel in Broward County for sex. Asseraf, 22, had not been aware that he was communicating with an undercover agent from the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force.
Asseraf has not yet been formally charged. He was arrested on allegations of using a cellphone to attempt to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity. U.S. Magistrate Judge Lurana Snow ordered him to be held without bond while his case is pending during a bond hearing last Friday. News sources did not specify an attorney for Asseraf.