The homeless Connecticut mother who drew national attention for enrolling her son in a school outside the district in which they lived has been sentenced to five years in prison on drug and larceny charges.
The lawyer for a Connecticut woman charged with enrolling her son in the wrong school district says she will be pleading guilty.
A Norwalk woman who allegedly let a homeless friend use her address to enroll her son in school says she is now homeless, too.
The attorney for a homeless Connecticut woman charged with illegally enrolling her child in the wrong school district says she was not strip-searched during her arrest, contrary to earlier claims.
Norwalk police are denying a claim that officers strip-searched a 33-year-old homeless woman accused of illegally enrolling her son in the city’s schools.