Man accused of college luring is barred from every school property in New Jersey

    Tony A. Kadyhrob cannot set foot on any school or college property in the state of New Jersey. It’s a condition of his bail after he attempted to lure a Rider University student into a car.

    Kadyhrob has been charged for the incident at Rider, was spotted at the The College of New Jersey and Princeton, and said he had plans to go to Rutgers.

    Aside from the psych evaluation a judge ordered, Kadyhrob will have his bail revoked if he’s spotted on any elementary, secondary or college education property in the state.

    He told the Times of Trenton today he’s innocent, and considers the judge’s ruling a joke.

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