Weehawken teen reportedly arrested for allegedly scaling buildings again

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WEEHAKWEN — Just be glad you’re not this teen’s parents. A Weehawken teenager, 19, who has been arrested for allegedly scaling high buildings in the area and in Manhattan — and who normally takes photos of his exploits — was arrested Thursday for allegedly climbing another Manhattan building, the Daily News reported on Friday.
The paper said he had climbed to the top of the Paramount Tower on 39th Street, a 52-story residential building, in the evening.
The paper said he was charged with reckless endangerment and criminal trespass.
In the past he has been accused of entering the new World Trade Center while under construction and trying to climb the Weehawken water tower.
Officials have complained that emergency responders who deal with his antics are taken away from more serious matters.
He has received sentences of community service in the past. He has also started Gofundme accounts before to pay legal bills.