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Officials: Man tried to sell baby on Craigslist

A 22-year-old man angry with a woman he dated posted photos of her 2-month-old daughter in a Craigslist ad and tried to sell the baby for $100, prosecutors said Monday.

A 22-year-old man angry with a woman he dated posted photos of her 2-month-old daughter in a Craigslist ad and tried to sell the baby for $100, prosecutors said Monday.


Paul Marquez posted an ad entitled "baby for sale," prosecutors said. Marquez's posting acted as if he were the parent, said the baby loved to play and have fun, but had asthma and was "really getting on my nerves."


"I don't want her Please email me," it read, authorities said.


Marquez was charged Thursday by Staten Island prosecutors with endangering the welfare of a child, harassment and a social service violation of authority to place or board out children. He was being held in lieu of $1,000 bail. A call to his attorney wasn't returned.


According to the criminal complaint, Marquez, who works as a stockperson at a Victoria's Secret, admitted he posted the listing just to get back at the woman. The two met online and had been out a few times, but he apparently was angry because she wouldn't pay him enough attention, authorities said.


Prosecutors say Marquez gave the mother's phone number to a person who answered the ad, who then called the mother. She notified police. Staten Island investigators are looking into that person's request — the call may have been out of concern and not an illegal attempt to purchase a child.


There was no indication Marquez actually meant to sell the infant.


The posting was located in the Staten Island section of Craigslist under baby and kid stuff, for sale by owner. It was flagged and taken down at least once, but Marquez reposted it, authorities said.


Marquez faces up to a year behind bars if convicted.

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Sherrill Community stunned on arrest of Craigslist suspect

A Boston-area man accused of fatally shooting a woman who placed an ad on Craigslist is originally from Sherrill and is a 2004 graduate of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School.


 




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Outside the Sherrill post office Tuesday, 67-year-old resident Nancy Duncan spoke about learning of 2004 Vernon-Verona-Sherrill SENIOR High School graduate Philip Markoff’s arrest in the Boston-area “Craigslist Killer” case.

“We all just,” she said, pausing to drop her jaw and widen her eyes in a re-enactment of her initial reaction. “A little town like this… .”

Residents of New York’s smallest city groped to find words capable of describing their thoughts at the news that one of the community’s best and brightest graduates stands accused of meeting women offering erotic services on online classified advertising site Craigslist.com and then attacking and robbing them in Boston–area hotels.

Philip Markoff, 22, a Boston University medical student and University at Albany graduate, was arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Boston on murder, kidnapping and robbery charges. He pleaded not guilty.

A 26-year-old masseuse, Julissa Brisman of New York City, is dead, shot through the heart.
A prostitute was tied up and robbed April 10.

And police are investigating whether Markoff was responsible for a similar robbery Friday involving a stripper at a hotel in Warwick, R.I.

Markoff’s former stepfather, Gary Carroll, arrived at his home on Sherrill Road in Sherrill at about 12:40 p.m. as reporters from throughout the Northeast began to gather.

“It’s so out of character, I can’t believe it,” Carroll said. “I have nothing to say.”

Carroll lived in a Thurston Terrace home with Markoff, his mother, Susan Haynes, and Markoff’s brother and half-sister. The couple later split up and the family moved, said neighbor Terry Law, who was Markoff’s first-grade teacher.

Markoff’s mother is a gift shop clerk at Turning Stone Resort and Casino, Law said. When Markoff was in first grade, the mother would serve as a room mother, helping students make crafts, Law said.

“He was good in math and science,” Law said of her former student as she walked her chihuahua Princess in the neighborhood today. “He did really well on all the tests.”
Law could not recall any troubles involving Markoff and said that while he was quiet, he got along with his classmates.

She mentioned how another Sherrill native, Chris Burke, is also charged with a homicide. On Jan. 30, Burke shot and killed an emergency medical technician in the Northern New York community of Cape Vincent, police say. Law struggled to comprehend how two young men from Sherrill could be accused of such unexplainable violence.

“It’s really scary,” she said.

Vernon-Verona-Sherrill yearbooks show Markoff was involved in multiple groups and clubs in high school, including the bowling and golf teams, youth court and the National Honor Society.

For classmates who graduated with Markoff from VVS, the news of his arrest was an utter surprise.

Dave Lipke, 23, moved here in the second grade. That’s when he met Markoff, he said.
“He lived three streets over from us,” Lipke said.

The two hadn’t spoken since graduation, but Lipke recalled Markoff as being quiet and friendly.

“He was never the most popular kid or anything like that, but he was far from an outcast as well,” he said.

Lipke said he and Markoff were in the same bowling league in middle school. Markoff used to come into the pizza parlor where Lipke worked.

“We’re from a really small city where everyone knows everyone,” he said.

Lipke, now a student at SUNY Oswego, said he heard the news of the arrest when his father called him Tuesday morning.

“This is just a complete shock,” he said. “I refused to believe it until I saw it on CNN. They had a picture from his arraignment and whatnot.”

Lucas Pyle of Oneida lived around the corner from Markoff and was in his graduating class at VVS. He said they were friends in grade school and hung out together and played kickball.
“He was a quiet kid who kept to himself,” Pyle said. “He was a good kid who never got in trouble … very well-mannered.”

He said he couldn’t fathom the charges against Markoff.

“That’s the last thing I’d ever think he’d do,” Pyle said.

Bridget Friedel-Cunningham, 22, of Verona is another 2004 VVS graduate.

She said the two weren’t really friends, but she knew him through friends of friends, she said.
“I remember he was really smart but I always thought he was really high-strung,” she said.
Friedel-Cunningham, a mother of two, received a call from a friend today about the news, she said.

“I was like, ‘What, no!’” she said. “I really can’t believe it.”

Graduates from the small school texted each other all day about the news, she said.
“Stuff like this just doesn’t happen around here,” she said.

Many of the MySpace and Facebook status updates from Markoff’s classmates referred to the fact they went to school with him and they are stunned about the details linked to his arrest.
Drew Marcellus, 23, said he’s known Markoff since preschool.

When Marcellus, a full-time business student at Morrisville State College, heard about the news, he said he was in “total shock.”

“I can remember him being a very opinionated and argumentative person,” Marcellus told the O-D in an interview over Facebook, a social networking Web site.

“On top of being argumentative, he was about as smart as they come,” Marcellus added. “He did really well in math and was in advanced placement classes.”

Markoff wasn’t really into nice cars or social activities, but he was quite interested in bowling and computer games, Marcellus said.

Marcellus also referred to Markoff as an “introvert” and said people used to make fun of him during his childhood years.

Word spread quickly throughout Sherrill, as residents asked themselves and each other whether the police allegations against Markoff could be true.

“We have nuts here, too, just like anywhere else,” said Sandy Jollie, 54, who lives across the street from Markoff’s former stepfather.

 

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• Small city, big media blitz • Neighbors recall Markoff’s family • GALLERY: Sherrill reacts • GALLERY: Images of an accused killer • No bail for med student held in Craigslist death • Police: Med student targeted women on Craigslist
• Fiancee: He's innocent • Masseuse Brisman found dead in Boston hotel • Craigslist killer's victims handcuffed • DA, Craigslist suspect shared a tool: Computers

 


 

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