OLD TAPPAN, N.J. -- A salesman from Old Tappan and a lawyer from Morris County used a local woman's identity to post sexually explicit photos of her while having "solicitous" chats online with others, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said in announcing their arrests Thursday afternoon.
Daniel G. Pfeiffer, a 26-year-old salesman who knows the woman, was taken into custody at his Windsor Place home on Monday and released on a court summons charging him with stalking and invasion of privacy, the prosecutor said.
Pfeiffer had uploaded "numerous sexually explicit images" of the woman to bogus accounts and then "would engage others in sexually explicit chats and sexual solicitations while pretending to be the female victim, he said.
On Tuesday, members of Molinelli's Computer Crimes Unit executed a similar search warrant at the East Hanover home of Peter LaGreca.
Molinelli said LaGreca doesn't know the woman but "utilized the Internet to create social media accounts in the name of the same female victim, without her knowledge or consent," posted sexually explicit images and then conducted chats and "sexual solicitations" while pretending to be her.
He was charged with cyber harassment and invasion of privacy.
Pfeiffer and LaGreca, who are both single, were released on court summonses.