A high school teacher in Connecticut is facing charges after police say he let the air out of a student's tire after the student parked in his space.

State police say 52-year-old Edward Kimble IV, of Newtown, turned himself in Monday on a charge of second-degree reckless endangerment.

City police responded to Pomperaug High School in Southbury on June 2 for a report that Kimble had let the air out of the student's front tire.

Police say security personnel allowed the student to park in Kimble's parking space because student parking was unavailable.

Kimble was released on a $500 cash bond. He's due in court Aug. 10.

It's unclear whether Kimble has a lawyer.

A woman who answered the phone at Pomperaug High said there was nobody available to comment.

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