Wilton mother accused of stealing SAT

Police say they arrested 50-year-old Laura Garbuz on an outstanding warrant, after an officer pulled her over Monday for a traffic stop in Ridgefield.

A woman is facing charges after police say she stole a copy of the SAT test from Wilton High School.

A woman is facing charges after police say she stole a copy of the SAT test from Wilton High School. (8/4/15)

WILTON - A woman is facing charges after police say she stole a copy of an SAT test from Wilton High School.

Police say they arrested 50-year-old Laura Garbuz on an outstanding warrant, after an officer pulled her over Monday for a traffic stop in Ridgefield.

Police say Garbuz took the exam from the school on June 6.

They say she is a parent of a student at the school, but it is not clear whether that student took the test that day.

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