BOCES tutor pleads not guilty to abuse charges - Catholic Courier

BOCES tutor pleads not guilty to abuse charges

A BOCES tutor who had been stationed at Irondequoit’s Bishop Kearney High School has pleaded not guilty to charges of third-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor, according to her attorney, Clifford Owens, who declined further comment on the facts of the case.

Lisa K. Marshall, 37, of Irondequoit, entered her not-guilty plea during a March 30 appearance in Irondequoit Town Court before Judge Vincent M. Dinolfo. During the appearance, court officials scheduled an April 27 pretrial conference.

The charges against Marshall are in connection with three alleged incidents that are said to have occurred in February and March at her home and at Bishop Kearney. Marshall had been employed by Monroe No. 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services and had tutored some students while assigned to the Irondequoit school.

Marshall was arraigned March 18 in Irondequoit Town Court before Justice Dinolfo and released on $1,500 bail.

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