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Police: High School Teacher Deflates Student's Tires

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    Connecticut State Police

    A teacher at Pomeraug High School in Southbury has been charged with reckless endangerment after letting the air out of the tires on a student’s car when he found the vehicle in his parking space, according to state police.

    Police said they responded to the high school on June 2 after receiving reports that Edward Kimble, 52, of Newtown, let the air out of the front tires of a student’s vehicle. 

    Security staff members allowed the student to park in Kimble’s spot because the student parking area was not available, according to police.

    Kimble turned himself in to police on Monday morning. He’s been charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and was released on a $500 bond. 

    He is due in court on Aug. 10.