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.
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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.