Woman charged with lying during investigation of St. Paul’s
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire officials have charged a Chicago woman with making false statements to a grand jury investigating a sexual misconduct going back decades at a New England prep school.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Monday that the 28-year-old woman allegedly made false statements involving her contacts with a former St. Paul’s School teacher, David Pook.
The former St. Paul’s student is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 1 on the misdemeanor charges of false swearing and conspiracy. It’s unknown if she has a lawyer, and a phone number for her could not be located.
Pook was sentenced last month to four months in jail for telling a former student to lie about their relationship to a grand jury investigating sexual misconduct. Pook, of Warner, had taught at St. Paul’s for eight years.