Bronx teacher thrown in jail after criticizing principal

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    Bronx teacher thrown in jail after criticizing principal

    Lydia Howrilka was arrested for harassment and spent 14 hours in NYPD custody before charges were dropped.

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    http://nypost.com/2014/04/13/bronx-teacher-thrown-in-jail-after-criticizing-principal/


    Howrilka sued and filed a complaint alleging Urena improperly raffled off iPads and other costly prizes for kids. The claim prompted a DOE probe. Howrilka sent an e-mail asking about her treatment to Urena and Chancellor Carmen Fariña — and to some 40 other city and state education officials and city politicians. She got a call from the NYPD asking her to surrender on Urena’s charge of aggravated harassment. Howrilka spent seven hours in the 84th Precinct house before being moved to Brooklyn’s Central Booking.

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    Bronx, New York City, New York, Lydia Howrilka, Principal Arisleyda Urena, Language and Technology High School, new york city department of education

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