WILTON, Conn. — A parent of Wilton's Cider Mill School accused of threatening two staff members during a phone conversation was arrested Monday morning, police said.
Michael Waldman, 54, reportedly yelled and cursed at the two staff members, and threatened to throw a chair at them, police said. He is further accused of telling the staff members he would find out where they lived and would retaliate, the police report said. The conversation ended shortly thereafter, police said.
The staff members who spoke with Waldman told investigating officers that his comments worried them, police said.
Waldman was arrested at his Wildwood Drive home after Cider Mill Principal Jennifer Mitchell reported the incident to police, the report said. He was charged with disorderly conduct and second-degree threatening, both misdemeanors.
Waldman was released after posting a $2,500 bond and is due in court on March 27.
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