Parents who knew Quinn through his work said the charges do not match with their perception of him.
“[He’s] really nice. I always talked to him how was the day and he was always in a good mood,” said Aleksandra Maguire, a mother with two children in the after-school program. “He was great with the kids. The kids like him he’s fun, nice guy, good guy.”
Waltham Superintendent Drew Echelson sent a letter to parents that read in part:
“These charges are very concerning. We will be updating the community as soon as we have more information."
Quinn was released on $5,000 bail and ordered to wear a GPS monitor and not contact the victim or victim’s family. In addition, Quinn is not allowed to have unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 18.