Galloway man charged with knowingly infecting man with HIV
A Galloway Township man is accused of giving a man a sexually transmitted disease after failing to disclose he was HIV positive.
Anthony Hargrove, 36, was charged Thursday with three criminal counts, including aggravated assault.
Hargrove was arrested last month in a separate case in which he allegedly punched and threatened a man outside the Cathedral Grace Family Church.
The victim in that case said he was in a relationship with Hargrove but the two have had issues, according to the complaint obtained by BreakingAC. He was released from jail as those charges go through the system.
Now, Hargrove is accused of failing to disclose he was HIV positive before having sex with a man, who was infected.
Hargrove is accused of committing “an act of sexual penetration knowing that he is infected with a sexually transmitted disease” and for “knowingly acting in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical welfare of the victim.”
A Galloway Township man is jailed after he allegedly assaulted a man Sunday, outside an Atlantic City church.
Anthony Hargrove, 36, is charged with simple assault and criminal mischief.
The incident happened at about 2:15 p.m. at Filbert and Dover avenues near the Cathedral Grace Family Church, where Hargrove’s father is a pastor and a police chaplain.
The victim said he was in a relationship with Hargrove but the two have had issues, according to the complaint obtained by BreakingAC.
During a verbal exchange, he claimed Hargrove punched him in the face, threatened to kill him and called for help from the church.
Hargrove is in the Atlantic County Justice Facility.