Thursday, September 12, 2013

Bay State Teacher Accused of Attempted Murder

(Swampscott, Massachusetts) A 49-year-old teacher at Ingalls Elementary School in Lynn, Kimberly Ann English, was arraigned yesterday on charges that she drove her car into her ex-husband’s girlfriend. The girlfriend recovered after suffering serious injuries.

English faces counts of violation of a restraining order, aggravated assault and battery with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and leaving the scene of a crash.
English, a Swampscott resident, allegedly drove her car into the other woman as she and English’s ex-husband, Carl Schroeder, were unloading groceries outside his house on Magnolia Road in the North Shore town at around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Assistant District Attorney Erin Bellavia said English and Schroeder’s two children were in their father’s house when they heard the girlfriend screaming outside.

Bellavia said that the ex-husband told investigators that one of the children had told him that their mother had said she hoped the girlfriend would die.
English was booked into custody without bond.


1 comment:

Doom said...

Can't we all just get along, man... Well, right until we do something they don't like? Yes, pretty much. Who would ever have guessed that such a woman might end up divorced though! / / /snark

(had to be sure snark was off, it was soooo on)


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