- Associated Press - Friday, July 25, 2014

GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) - A music teacher who worked at two private schools in Greenwich has been charged with risk of injury to a minor.

Police tell the Greenwich Time (https://bit.ly/1nZvFd5 ) that 41-year-old Sean Jackson of Stamford made an “unsuitable request” of a 10-year-old student. They would not provide other details.

Jackson does not have a listed phone number and could not be reached for comment Friday.

He is free after posting a $500 bond and is due in Superior Court on July 30.

Jackson was employed as a music teacher at the Stanwich School and the Convent of the Sacred Heart.

A school spokeswoman says the allegations did not involve a CSH student.

Senior Pastor Chuck Davis says Jackson was fired as music director at the Stanwich Congregational Church following his arrest.


Information from: Greenwich Time, https://www.greenwichtime.com

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