Police: No criminality in 2 stranger danger reports

Police say in the first incident, it was a real estate agent taking pictures to appraise a home on Woods Road and on Dollard Drive

Police say in the first incident it was

Police say in the first incident it was a real estate agent taking pictures to appraise a home on Woods Road and on Dollard Drive in North Babylon this morning.

NORTH BABYLON - Police say there is no criminality in two incidents of adults allegedly taking pictures of kids in North Babylon.

Police say in the first incident, it was a real estate agent taking pictures to appraise a home on Woods Road and on Dollard Drive in North Babylon this morning.

Meanwhile, police say they have contacted the person in Wednesday's incident involving a fourth-grader on August Road. According to police, the man was stopped for a school bus and was using his phone to text, not take pictures.

Police have determined no criminality is involved and the investigation is now closed.

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