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Woman Stole SAT Booklet from High School: Police

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    Laura Garbuz is accused of stealing an SAT booklet from a high school.

    Wilton police have arrested a 50-year-old local woman who they said stole an SAT booklet from Wilton High School in June.

    Laura M. Garbuz was arrested on Monday and charged with third-degree larceny.

    She is accused of stealing the exam from the school on June 6. The SATs were offered at the school that day, according to the school calendar.

    According to the Hour, she identified herself as an exam proctor and was allowed into the school.

    She was initially told to wait at the door, but the man she spoke with was called away and Garbuz entered the building, according to the Wilton Bulletin.

    The theft was discovered when the booklets were collected, the Hour reports.

    Police found Garbuz while she was driving on Route 7 and took her into custody in the area of Center Street and Ridgefield Road. She was released after posting a $2,500 cash bond and is due in Norwalk Superior Court on Aug. 14.