NYC man who allegedly tried strangling girl volunteered with traumatized kids: report

The man accused of trying to strangle an 11-year-old girl in a dispute at a Manhattan park last week had previously volunteered for a city nonprofit for traumatized children and young adults, according to a report.

Nathaniel DiRenzo, 29, was arrested Saturday for the mid-day incident, which allegedly began when he and two other dog-walkers yelled at some school kids throwing dirt and “poppers” and the argument escalated.

DiRenzo had previously served on the board of directors for the Lineage Project, which aims to teach children ways to cope with traumatic experiences, the Daily Mail said.

“Nathaniel DiRenzo was never an employee of the Lineage Project. He

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