Germantown kindergarten teacher charged with disorderly conduct
Allegedly attacked GOP tent in July at Jefferson County Fair
Germantown — A 38-year-old Oconomowoc woman will appear in court August 19 after allegedly causing damage to Scott Walker signs at the Republican party tent at the Jefferson County Fair, July 9.
April Smith, who is a kindergarten teacher at Amy Belle Elementary School in Germantown, is charged with disorderly conduct for causing an estimated $40 of damage to an unknown number of Scott Walker signs on the evening of July 9, according to the police report.
Smith, who had a blood alcohol content of 0.06, initially denied having any knowledge of an incident before she ultimately confessed that she did damage the signs, which were bent and pulled off their metal frames, according to the report.
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