Update, Jan. 9
According to a report in the Fairfield Citizen, North Stratfield School Principal Deborah Jackson alerted parents through an email that Krista Salvioli resigned from her job today for "personal reasons."
Original Story, Jan. 6
Krista Salvioli, a 27-year-old psychologist at Fairfield’s was arrested with a friend for drug charges by Stratford Police on Wednesday.
According to the , a vehicle driven by Salvioli, of Bridgeport, was pulled over on Old Honeyspot Road for having an obscured license plate. Police reportedly saw her move her right arm to the center of the car. The officer asked for her license and registration and noticed she was nervously shaking while obscuring part of the center console with her hand. The officer noticed a pipe used for smoking crack cocaine in plain view and asked her about it.
“What pipe?” she reportedly said.
The officer pointed to it and she replied, “This can’t happen, I’m a teacher!”
Police found a glass pipe with crack cocaine rocks on the passenger, Peter Fiore, 34, of Wilton. He allegedly struggled as police patted him down.
Later, more paraphernalia was found inside the vehicle – such as a bobby pin police say is “used as a push rod for smoking crack cocaine.”
Salvioli was charged with possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $500. Fiore was charged with possession of crack cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and interfering with an officer. Bail was set at $5,000. They were both given a court date of Jan. 12 in Bridgeport Superior Court.