Former principal due in court of theft charges

Authorities believe Marilyn Taylor used the money to gamble.

Authorities believe Marilyn Taylor used the money to gamble. (4/1/15)

BRIDGEPORT - The Bridgeport principal accused for stealing thousands of dollars from a school is due in court today.

Police say Marilyn Taylor stole more than than $10,000 from the Dunbar School.

Authorities believe she used the money to gamble. 

Police say Taylor has resigned from her position and is in rehab for gambling addiction. 

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