A former custodian at Holmes School who was arrested for breach of peace after he hurt a teacher's wrist during a confrontation has reportedly been granted accelerated rehabilitation.
According to a report in the Darien Times, Robert Munro, 44, of Raymond Street, was also ordered to complete 40 hours of community service in connection with the April incident, in which he grabbed the teacher's wrist so hard it resulted in a hairline fracture.
Munro was also ordered to pay the teacher's medical costs for treatment of the injury, according to the report.
Munro, a longtime employee of the Darien school district and a volunteer firefighter, resigned shortly after the incident. School administrators said they investigated the complaint against Munro prior to his arrest in August, however they were unable to substantiate the teacher's charge.
For more, check out the Darien Times report.