A former employee of an elementary school in Albany has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor disturbing the peace by phone. Emily Warren, 31, of Derby, pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday and was released on conditions by Judge Jiron. The alleged victims are Jessica Thomas, 35, who is the Principal of the school and Lindsey Martin, 40, who is a school counselor. According to the police report and witnesses, Warren left the school in February because she was “having difficulties in her job” and that she left a terrible message on Martin’s cell phone in April. Police said the message insulted Martin sexually and contained “harassing and violent” statements. Warren’s alleged message also included remarks about Martin’s juvenile son dying. Warren allegedly sent emails, texts and calls to both alleged victims. Thomas then requested a “No Trespass” warning for Warren but Warren continued to call and text Martin. Thomas then contacted the Vermont State Police where she complained about Warren. The no-trespass order was then issued.
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