WESTPORT, Conn. – Staples High School science teacher Kevin Glass is facing two misdemeanor charges for allegedly making a false police report earlier this summer, police said.
On June 26, police said that Glass, 36, reported his car had been broken into at the high school. When officers arrived, the driver’s side window of Glass’s car was broken, according to the police report. Police said he told officers that an engagement ring was stolen from the glove box, as well as golf clubs, a GPS and a backpack containing two Apple computers and an iPad.
Following an investigation, police said Glass, a Milford resident, admitted the items were not stolen. He turned himself in on Aug. 3 on a warrant charging him with second-degree false incident report and second-degree false statement. He was released after posting a $10,000 bond.
Glass was arraigned in court on Aug. 9 and is scheduled to reappear in court on Aug. 24. Elliott Landon, superintendent of Westport schools, could not be reached for a comment Monday. Staples Principal John Dodig could also not be reached for comment, as his secretary said he was on vacation.