Denver school secretary pleads guilty in tape case
DENVER, Colorado – A former Denver school secretary who taped a child’s mouth has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor child abuse charge.
Jennifer Carter was sentenced to probation on a deferred sentence of 18 months. The 46-year-old secretary was charged after taping an unruly elementary student’s hands and mouth with masking tape last October.
A charge of false improsionment was dismissed in exchange for the plea. She was fired from the school.
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