RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- A member of the Ridgefield Board of Education plans to resign after she was arrested on shoplifting charges, according to a report in The Ridgefield Press.
Irene Burgess, 51, was arrested Jan. 22 and charged with sixth-degree larceny, the story said. Burgess also faced shoplifting charges in November 2013 from an incident at Kohl's, the Press said.
Burgess, a Democrat, has been vice chairman of the school board since 2010, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Read the story here in The Ridgefield Press.
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