GREENWICH, Conn. — A Greenwich woman was charged with delivering a threatening note to Greenwich High School students in March, according to Greenwich Time.
Police told Greenwich Time that 40-year-old Latoya Forbes came to school grounds on March 31 and gave the note to a group of students. While police did not tell Greenwich Time what the note specifically said, they said it contained a threat and was made to look like it was written by a young person.
Forbes has had encounters with students at the school in the past, despite having no actual connection to the school, according to Greenwich Time. She was arrested this weekend and charged with threatening, risk of injury to a minor, criminal trespass and breach of peace, Greenwich Time reported.