NY: Special-Needs Teacher From Mount Kisco Sentenced In ID Theft Cases

Kathy Reakes reports:

A Westchester special-education teacher was sentenced Tuesday to one-and-a-half to three years in prison for stealing the identities of two licensed teachers so she could continue working with special-needs children, officials said.

Aimee Stark, 42, of Mount Kisco, also known as Aimee Forman, pleaded guilty in November to the scheme, according to Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas.

Read more on Briarcliff Daily Voice. The report gives details of the crime, which are certainly interesting, but does not mention why her teaching license had been revoked in the first place. Given that she was providing services to children, I’d like to know whether the original revocation had anything to do with her care of children or if it was on unrelated matters.

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