New London city employee faces criminal charges
New London — A city employee was placed on paid leave this week following her arrest on criminal charges that include a felony.
Judi Cox, a loan specialist in the city’s Office of Development and Planning, was charged Oct. 27 with third-degree assault and risk of injury to a minor in an Oct. 2 incident, state Judicial Department records show. Risk of injury to a minor is a felony.
She was released on a $500 nonsurety bond. Her case is pending in New London Superior Court, where she is due to appear on Jan. 7.
Details of her arrest by New London police were not immediately available. Cox is suspended from her job pending the results of the court case.
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