The Hour - Steve Kobak - Feb 19, 2010 (Updated 02/20/10)
A substitute teacher for the Greenwich Board of Education was arrested Thursday night by Norwalk Police after allegedly offering two plainclothes cops a hands-on sex education course in exchange for cash.
Greenwich Time - John Nickerson - 10:14 p.m., Friday, February 19, 2010
A Greenwich substitute teacher was arrested on charges of propositioning two police detectives for sex in South Norwalk Thursday night.
Barbara Glynn, 50, of 15 Ridgecrest Road, Stamford, was charged with prostitution and held overnight in lieu of $1,500 bond.
At her arraignment Friday afternoon at state Superior Court in Norwalk, Judge Bruce Hudock released Glynn on a written promise to appear in court and forbade her from working with school children while the case is before the court......
"As with any personnel matter, we would confirm the arrest and the allegation. We will deal with it just as we deal with any personnel matter. It is confidential," said Deputy Superintendent Ellen Flanagan.
While negotiating with the officers, Glynn said she would charge $100 to have sex with both in a nearby vacant house, their reports say.
Bail Commissioner Daniel Melendez said at Glynn's hearing that she has substance abuse issues.
Glynn has a crack habit, she said, adding that she has also been off medications for her bipolar disorder for a week.
Glynn is scheduled to appear in court to face the charge on March 15. She did not make a plea.