2017 News Release

December 19, 2017

Public Information Bureau (609) 882-2000
Major Brian Polite - ext. 6514
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Tpr. Alejandro Goez - ext. 6527
Tpr. Gene Hong - ext. 6532

State Police Detectives Arrest School Teacher for Sexual Assault of Minor

Port Republic, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police have arrested Brian McSee, 53, of Port Republic, N.J. for allegedly sexually assaulting an underage male student.

During a week-long investigation, troopers discovered that McSee was the victim’s 7th and 8th grade choir teacher at Port Republic Elementary School.  He also served as choir director at the victim’s parish, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.  Detectives from Tuckerton Station determined that McSee had been sexually assaulting the juvenile victim twice a week for the past three years.  On Wednesday, December 13, McSee arrived at the station where he was arrested without incident.

Brian McSee was charged with aggravated sexual assault, official misconduct, criminal sexual contact and endangering the welfare of a child.  He was lodged in Atlantic County Jail pending a mandatory court appearance.

If anyone has any information regarding inappropriate behavior or interactions with Brian McSee, please contact the Tuckerton Station Detective Bureau at 609-296-5807.

Anonymous tips are welcomed.

Charges are mere accusations, and the suspect is considered innocent until proven guilty

Photo of Brian McSee

Brian McSee

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